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Resources by Content Area

Abusive Relationships

Adolescent Development

Adoption

Basic Needs (Statewide Resources)

Child Care/Child Development

Child Health and Safety

  • Car Seats: Website describing what is required by law, best seats for children of different ages, how to use car seats to maximize child safety, common mistakes in using seats, and other resources and information. Content provided by the Minnesota Safety Council, AAA Clubs of Minnesota and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety.

Delaying Subsequent Pregnancy

Education and School-Based Programs

Health: Reproductive, Prenatal, Nutrition and Mental Health

Home Visiting/Case Management

Housing

Whole Family Foster Care Placement for Teens and their Children

Legal Issues

Parent Education/Parent Child Attachment

Parenting Help (Statewide Resources)

  • Co-Parenting: Resources for parents and professionals on parenting with another.
  • Good Enough Moms: Explore with Marti and Erin Erickson the many facets of motherhood in today’s world and listen to podcasts of their popular radio show
  • Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE): Search to find an ECFE program in your area. These programs are designed to help parents connect with other parents, to learn about child development and to develop positive parenting skills. Some ECFE programs can and do partner with teen parent programs in Minnesota.
  • Circle of Parents: Support groups offered throughout the state to help parents to improve their parenting skills and strengthen their family relationships.
  • Crisis Nurseries: Child care providers throughout the state that take children for a few days at a time in order to provide emergency care and respite for families undergoing a crisis.
  • 1-800-CHILDREN: (M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Supportive listening, information and referrals for families experiencing problems or stress. Call 1-800-4-A-CHILD during non-business hours.

Public Benefits

Relationships and Co-Parenting

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