Open Door Dental Van
Open Door's Mobile Dental Clinic is at Pine Hill and will start servicing students on Monday, October 21st. This is a service open to all students of Pine Hill and is full service at no cost to you! It is not too late to turn in a packet. Please turn one in ASAP for your student to be seen.
Health & Wellness Fair
The Health and Wellness Fair will be on November 12 this year from 5-7 PM! If you'd like to volunteer or have questions about any of our services and/or events please call 445-5933 ext. #2.
Pine Hill Pandas Playgroup
Panda Playgroup is an ongoing FREE event for children 0-5 and their families.
Join the fun on Tuesdays from 9-11am, at Pine Hill.
Questions about this playgroup?
Contact our Family Resource Center (707) 445-5933
5230 Vance Ave, Eureka
What is the Family Resource Center?
South Bay and Pine Hill Family Resource Center is one of several Family Resource Centers (FRC) throughout Humboldt County. An FRC is a place where community members can access services and resources within their own neighborhood. We focus on improving the well-being of children, youth, families and communities by offering referrals and linkages to services.
Family Resource Center
Pine Hill School
5230 Vance Ave
Eureka, CA 95 503
Family Resource Center Services
SERVICES AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS, FAMILIES, AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS include, but are not limited to:
Family Services: family resource libraries, parenting workshops, clothing, emergency transportation, emergency basic needs, insurance Medi-Cal, CalWORKS and CalFresh enrollment assistance
Food: food backpack program for students, holiday food distribution, supper program in afterschool program
Multi-Cultural: translating, interpreting, cultural presentations, multilingual information, bilingual children’s books, adult English language classes
Academic: after school intervention, tutoring, educational materials, family support, school advocacy, student recognition
Health: healthcare and dental referrals, health and nutrition education, lice eradication
Mental Health: outreach and identification, assessments, early intervention, counseling, peer groups
Community: family events, adult education, no cost community meeting
facilities, volunteer opportunities, and recognition.
Community Advocacy: participation on local regional and state committees, network with state and federal organizations, representative for children and family support services