Supervisor Barger Shares What She Finds Most Rewarding About being the County's Supervisor for District 5

Hear Supervisor Barger, in her own words, describe what she finds most rewarding during her service as the County’s Fifth District Supervisor.

Combatting Illegal Cannabis

Supervisor Barger partners with local, state, and federal officials to host a forum for community members to hear from stakeholders about the work underway to crack down on the illegal cannabis issue in the Antelope Valley.

Wolf Therapy Expansion

Wolf Connection is growing, thanks to a $2 million expansion with the L.A. County Department of Mental Health. Hear Supervisor Barger and partners describe how this 165-acre ranch supports youth and veterans’ wellbeing by connecting them to nature and cultivating relationships with wolfdogs at this Antelope Valley ranch.

Tribute to Veterans 2022

Supervisor Barger hosted her 24th annual Tribute to Veterans and Military Families event at Arcadia County Park to honor those who have served their country. The event celebrated our County’s veterans’ valor and equips them with the resources they need to thrive.

Supervisor Barger Encourages Residents to do Their Part and Get Involved

Get the inside scoop about how to have your voice heard and be part of solutions for your community.

Friends of the Children: Supporting Youth in the Antelope Valley

Friends of the Children is committed to offering personalized one-on-one mentorship that changes the course of children’s lives. This innovative program is instilling hope in Antelope Valley families that will last from kindergarten through high school graduation and beyond.

New Sneakers and Chromebooks for Kindergarteners

Supervisor Barger and partners provided much needed resources to families with kindergarten-age children at Buena Vista Elementary School in Palmdale. The joy of the community during the giveaway event is on full display as they receive sneakers and laptops so they can learn and play.

High Desert Mental Health Urgent Care Center

The High Desert Mental Health Urgent Care Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, serving people ages 13 and older who are experiencing psychiatric crises. Antelope Valley residents now have access to critical mental health assessments, interventions, and medication support so patients and their families can begin a path to healing.

Walking the Walk for Mental Health

Supervisor Barger and the former director of the County’s Department of Mental Health, Jonathan Sherin, discuss anxiety, isolation and the importance of kindness during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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