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Resources for Families
- Guidelines for Special Time and Time In | en Español: information about the importance of one-on-one time between a child and their parent.
- Healthy Sleep Habits- How Many Hours Does Your Child Need? | en Español: information about childhood sleep guidelines for parents.
- Teen Suicide Risk- What Parents Should Know | en Español: information to help parents feel prepared to help their child during a mental health emergency.
- Tips for Managing Disruptive or Aggressive Behaviors | en Español: information about disruptive behaviors and how parents can help their child.
- Tips for Managing Inattention, Impulsivity, and Hyperactivity | en Español: information about inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity and how parents can support their child.
- 12 Things Parents Can Do to Help Prevent Suicide | en Español: a list of tips to help parents identify signs of mental health concerns in their child.
- Family Support and Coaching: Families can be paired with a nurse or parent educator who will work with them to provide personalized education, guidance, support, and connections to other services and resources to help them achieve their goals.
- CDC Milestone Tracker App and Checklists: Parents can track their child’s milestones from age 2 months to 5 years. The app will provide tips from CDC for encouraging child development and steps to take if a parent is concerned about their child's development.
- CDC Positive Parenting Tips: Parents can learn more about their child’s development, positive parenting, safety, and health at each stage of their child’s life. This resource is focused on ages 0-17.
- Partners for Health Babies: Connects families to health and pregnancy resources, services, and information. Families can also call the 24/7 helpline at 1-800-251-BABY (2229) to speak with someone.
- Zero to Three: A collection of resources designed to help parents think about the best way to meet their child’s needs.