Family Resources

Parents tell us...

"I spend a lot of time on the Internet after my child is in bed, before I can sleep." 

"There is so much going on that it seems like there is another new crises every week."

"Sometimes I just need someone to talk to that understands, who doesn't pass judgment or tell me, 'I should just do or try...'." 

"Why does this all have to be so complicated? I feel like I need a college degree just to find, much less, fill out some of these forms."

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Birth to five

The time between birth to five years is a huge time of growth for your child.  Find information on resources specific to birth to five year olds.  Some information is for birth to three and some is for three to five.

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Six to twelve

Your school age child is gaining new skills and growing all of the time.  Find resources specific to your child ages 6-12.  Recreation, social emotional health, education, and more

Thirteen to seventeen

Teens are on their way to becoming independent and responsible.  Find resources for teen recreation, social emotional and mental health, education, health care, and planning for the future. 

Eighteen to twenty-six

Young adulthood is a time of change and opportunities.  Find helpful resources for adults education, housing, employment, community inclusion, recreation, physical and mental health.