Community Resources

Breastfeeding: You’ve Got This Mom

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Healthy Children.org

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Be Strong Families

Bilingual Webinars

C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital

Bilingual

First Three Years

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Caring for Children in a Disaster(CDC)

Bilingual

Simple Ways to Explore Animal Life with Your Child

Bilingual

Helping Children with Tragic Events in the News (PBS)

Bilingual

Family and Youth Services

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National Institute on Drug Abuse

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Drug Free Texas

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Tobacco Free Kids

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Nurses Family Partnership

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National School Lunch Programs

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National School Breakfast Program

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9 Tips to Help Your Child Wear a Mask

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Prevent Child Abuse America

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Mental Health America

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Circle of Parents

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“It’s Okay to Make Mistakes:” How Being Wrong Can Help Us Learn

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Helping Your Two-Year-Old Become a Reader (PBS)

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4 Ideas to Encourage Family Reading Time (PBS)

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Karyn Purvis Intstitute for Child Development

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Children’s Trust Fund Alliance

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National Family Support Network

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Zero To Three Learning Center

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The National Child Traumatic Stress Network

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PBS Kids for Parents

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Alia -Helping Systems Keep Kids Safely with Their Families

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FRIENDS

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National Center for Pyramid Model Innovation

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About ECI Texas

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DonKey Hodie (PBS)

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Keep Connected

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HeadStart ECKLC

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“Dad Bods and Dad Brains: The New Science of Fatherhood”

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“Daddy Brain: Men’s brains change after they become fathers.”

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“Fathers’ Roles in the Care and Development of Their Children: The Role of Pediatricians”

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CDC SIDS: Safe Sleep

Texas DFPS Water Safety

McGruff – Anti Bullying Film

Sesame Street: Don’t Be a Bully

About ECI Texas

Read Along with Sonia Manzona (PBS)

What Kind of Father Do You Want to Be?

“I am so grateful to this organization for providing services because my children and I really need it.”

– Center for Children Client

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