Early Childhood Resources in Montana
Exists to connect, discover, and support. Connects families, individuals, educators, researchers, and others. The center is a place of discovery, using current research and evidence-based resources made available to a variety of resources. Concentrates on the lifespan needs of Montanans with ASD.
Family led to amplify the strength of children and youth with health care challenges by forging relationships with providers and programs, connecting families to meaningful support, and providing them with opportunities to learn and share their experience.
Early Intervention Services
Montana Milestones/ Part C is a comprehensive system of early intervention services and support for families who have infants or toddlers, from birth through three who have significant developmental delays or disabilities or have been diagnosed with an established condition associated with significant delays in development.
Food and Nutrition
WIC Montana offers healthy food, breastfeeding support, nutritional education, and an abundance of other resources.
Parenting Support and Education
Home visiting is a voluntary, family-centered service by a professionally trained home visitor. Serves pregnant and newly parenting women and families/caregivers with infants and young children (under 5 years of age).
Provides tools to support your child’s success from birth through the teen years. Tools to help your child address a wide variety of challenges.
Improve the health, safety, and well-being of Montana families by supporting mothers and babies, age zero to three.
A movement developed to give voice to the stories and experiences of mothers. Mother Love is a safe space where we meet mothers exactly where they are and offer love and support.
Montana Child Care Resource and Referral Network unites Montana’s Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies and coordinates efforts to build a high quality, accessible early childhood care and education system that supports young children, parents, early childhood professionals, and member organizations.
Head Start programs provide family-centered services for low-income families with very young children. These programs are designed to promote the development of the children, and to enable their parents to fulfill their roles as parents and to move toward self-sufficiency.
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