Specialists provide support and information to help parents with infant crying, sleeping, and feeding issues. Infant specialist will answer or return calls, and respond to email as soon as possible. No cost.
Intensive mental health treatment for children (ages 4 – 13) includes residential treatment, day treatment school, therapeutic foster care, crisis stabilization, and 24-hour Crisis Response Program (see Helplines).
Information and eligibility requirements for programs that offer food/nutrition, housing/utilities, children/family resources, health care, financial benefits, and support to seniors/people with disabilities.
Weekly phone forums, every Wednesday for moms, first Monday for dads. Visit website or call for information. For local services, including warm line, see Pregnancy • Childbirth • Postnatal Support • Adoption ~ WellMama, Inc.
Services for survivors of sexual violence and their supporters. 24-hour crisis line, medical and legal advocacy, individual and peer counseling, support groups, information and referral. Call for hours.
Crisis counseling, long-term counseling, and mental health information and referral. Phone, walk-in, and mobile services available 24 hours. Mobile crisis intervention through Cahoots, daily, 11 a.m.– 3 a.m.