The "A Healthy Baby Begins with You" campaign works to reduce infant deaths among African-American babies. Learn tips on how African American women may stay healthy before, during, and after their pregnancy.
Explore these resources to learn more about the HSPPS related to the home-based program option.
Learn about the laws and regulations grantees must comply with and the forms they must complete when they purchase, construct, or renovate a facility.
This resource offers data to support the importance of investing in early childhood mental health consultation. Programs may use the resources in this tool kit as a guide in designing and implementing effective mental health services for families.
Learn about the role of mental health consultation in early child care and education. Find resources for effective strategies to help design, develop, or sustain your mental health consultation services and system.
Programs can use these mental health resources with families and staff affected by a crisis or tragic event.
Explore these resources to help reduce your stress and improve the quality of care that you can give.
The Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMHC) team has recorded a series of relaxation exercises in English and Spanish. These exercises may be used by Head Start and Early Head Start families and staff to help reduce stress.
This session focuses on the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) process and each team member's role in that process before, during, and after the IFSP development.
This session is intended to lay the groundwork for successful inclusion in preschool. After viewing the video, Preschool Inclusion: Working Together to Make It Happen, participants will explore and discuss how families and service providers can effectively work together to create and support inclusive experiences for preschool-age children who have disabilities.