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  • Mission Statement:

    The Ceres Community Collaborative is committed to meeting the needs of the families of Ceres and the surrounding community. We are dedicated to coordinating resources that empower and support individuals and families to learn and grow.

    Ceres Community Collaborative Ceres Unified School District 2503 Lawrence Street Sponsored by: Ceres, CA 95307

    Meeting Minutes

    May 17th, 2017

    Welcome Julie Lynn Martin-Borba, Collaborative Coordinator Agenda review Julie thanked the following individuals for supporting the efforts of this group

    and in making each meeting a success. The City of Ceres for providing the facility space for each meeting The Ceres Unified School District Technology Department for providing the

    staff time for coordination of the Collaborative The CUSD Child Nutrition Department for providing the catering services for

    each meeting. The Ceres Unified Grants Department staff for countless hours toward

    meeting preparation and set up. School sites for providing staff time to assist with inviting parents and to

    attend the meetings. Local business and community representatives for attending and supporting

    the efforts of the City and school district in providing programs and services to all the families and children of the Ceres community.

    1. Information Presentation

    1. Health Resources and Services Syla Ka & Julia Valdez Membership development representatives, Health Plan of San Joaquin

    Health Plan of San Joaquin was established in 1995 with its headquarters in French Camp, CA and currently serves 345,000 Medi-Cal members.

    The goal of Health Plan of San Joaquin is to provide healthcare value and advance wellness through community partnerships and to also make healthcare available to low income individuals.

    US citizens, legal permanent residents, children, families, pregnant women, young adults, seniors and persons with disabilities are eligible to join HPSJ. As of May 2016, undocumented children up to age 19 are also eligible.

    Income guidelines for eligibility have been included as an attachment to these minutes.

    Healthcare initiatives include referrals to community health education classes, oral health programs for children and an obesity prevention initiative.

    The Health Careers Scholarship Program is available in Stanislaus County at the program locations below: Health Careers Academy Grace M. Davis High School Modesto Junior College Nursing Program CSU Stanislaus School of Nursing

    Supporting programs where families and children can learn and grow!

  • Mission Statement:

    The Ceres Community Collaborative is committed to meeting the needs of the families of Ceres and the surrounding community. We are dedicated to coordinating resources that empower and support individuals and families to learn and grow.

    To determine eligibility go to: www.hpsj.com/scholarship-program. For more information please call or email:

    Syla Ka ska@hpsj.com (209) 461-2239 Julia Valdez jvaldez@hpsj.com (209) 461-2329

    2. Healthy Community for Healthy Kids

    Jennifer Rangel Program Coordinator, Ceres Partnership for Healthy Children, Kanat Tibet Director of Local Policy, Public Health Advocates

    The Healthy Beverage Campaign was established reduce the volume of sugary beverages children consume.

    Type 2 diabetes has become an epidemic in the United States, caused in part by children drinking beverages with added (not natural) sugar.

    25% of childrens calories come from fast-food and other restaurants and sugary drinks are the largest source of added sugar in the American diet.

    In Stanislaus County, the City of Ceres has the second highest child obesity rate, making it imperative that we work together as a community to support the healthy beverage campaign.

    The American Heart Association has made a state wide effort to implement a healthy beverage program with restaurants by making non sugary drinks the default choice with any childrens meal.

    For more information please call (844-962-5900) or visit the below website: www.PHAdvocates.org

    2. Upcoming Events

    1. Upcoming Activities and Goals Cambria Pollinger, Recreation Supervisor, City of Ceres Parks and Recreation

    Summer 2017 Adventure Day Camps: There will be 6 different adventure day camps starting June 12th and ending August 4th for children ages 5-11. Price range is between $115 - $125 per day camp.

    Swim lesson for children starting at 6 months of age will be held at Ceres High School and will cost $43 for a two week session starting June 12th.

    Youth fitness classes will be provided for children ages 1 12 and ranges from $40 - $45.

    Dance classes and enrichment programs will also be offered by the community center.

    Youth Leaders in Training The Community Center is trying to get younger children involved in introducing them to work, mock interviews and other helpful tips that will make them more successful when they are older and able to attain a work permit.

    The Community Center would like to start focusing more on nature and the elements, such as having art classes outside at the park (Art in the Park). People are more than welcome to bring food and alcohol to the concerts.

    http://www.hpsj.com/scholarship-programmailto:ska@hpsj.commailto:jvaldez@hpsj.comhttp://www.phadvocates.org/

  • Mission Statement:

    The Ceres Community Collaborative is committed to meeting the needs of the families of Ceres and the surrounding community. We are dedicated to coordinating resources that empower and support individuals and families to learn and grow.

    Goals of the Community Center include: Establishing a community garden, feeding the homeless, installing a natural interactive play space at Whitmore Park, and partnering with schools to do a Rec Prescription.

    Concerts in the Park will be held every Tuesday starting June 7th until July 19th.

    For more information please visit the Community Center or go online to: www.ci.ceres.ca.us

    2. ASES Survey Lorenzo Armandariz - Administrative Assistant, Michelle Madrigal-Costa Administrative Assistant, ASES After School Program ASES After School Program Community Survey 16-17 is conducted yearly to

    receive feedback on programs from the community. Survey was provided to attendees of the meeting.

    Tentative Meeting Dates for 2017-2018

    November 8, 2017 February 7, 2018 May 16, 2018

    Meeting Location To Be Determined Meeting Time 11:00 am to 12:00pm, lunch begins at 10:45 am. Please email Julie Lynn Martin-Borba at jumartin@ceres.k12.ca.us with any questions.

    http://www.ci.ceres.ca.us/mailto:jumartin@ceres.k12.ca.us

  • Ceres Unified School District

    May 17, 2017

  • HPSJ OVERVIEW

    Established in 1995 by State statute and County ordinance

    Coverage in San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties

    Serving about 345,000 Medi-Cal members

    Headquarters in French Camp Expanded office in Stanislaus

    County-- Downtown Modesto

  • Mission driven and community focused

  • HPSJ Walks for Health

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    Employee walking club

    HPSJ contributes entry fee to support various local health and social community causes.

    Stanislaus Health Foundation, The Dr. Amanda Crews Memorial 30th Annual Run for Health - Modesto on 4/1/2017

    March of Dimes Modesto March for Babies on 5/6/2017

  • Medi-Cal

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    VSP 1-800-877-7195 (For HPSJ Members Only)

    Denti-Cal 1-800-322-6384

    HPSJ 1-888-936-7526

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    Who is eligible to select Health Plan of San Joaquin?

    - With full-scope coverage (no share of cost) - US citizen/Legal Permanent residents - Children, families, pregnant women, young adults, seniors and persons with disabilities *As of May, 2016: Undocumented children up to age 19

  • Income Guidelines

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    Program Eligibility by Federal Poverty Level (3/2017) Income guidelines by Household and family size

  • Our Members have Access to:

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    Over 200 retail and neighborhood pharmacies including Walgreens

    Over 350 Primary Care Providers and over 3,000 specialists All area hospitals and expanded tertiary care (UCSF, Sutter, Childrens Hospital-Oakland, UC Davis)

    Innovative telemedicine - TeleDerm

    1-800-655-8294

  • Website/Mobile

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  • Health Education Initiatives

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    Referral to Community Health Education Classes: HPSJ Case Management team completes health risk

    assessment to review available health education services and classes for members

    Information available online

    Upcoming Obesity Prevention Initiative: Were only as strong as our partners Utilizing the Health Education Committee to gather resources Connecting members to Obesity Prevention

    Visit https://www.hpsj.com/health-education/ for more info

    Oral health program for children: Website with lots of helpful tools for a healthy mouth Basic teeth check at the Pediatrics' Office Fluoride Varnish and/or tablets

    https://www.hpsj.com/health-education/https://www.hpsj.com/health-education/https://www.hpsj.com/health-education/https://www.hpsj.com/health-education/

  • Social Services

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    Referral to mental health services and

    treatment through certified

    therapists

    Verifying & Connecting appropriate transportation services

    Initiating & guiding In-Home Support Services

    Organizing & assessing r