Montgomery County Child Care Information Services
CCIS of Bucks County
Montgomery County Office of Children and Youth
Montgomery County Parent and Infant Directory
Provides community-based specialized services for children with mental health needs
500 Office Center Drive, Ste. 100
Ft. Washington, PA 19034
National referral helpline that directs parents to the early intervention office for their county
Montgomery County Intermediate Unit 23
1605 West Main Street
Norristown, PA 19403
Early Intervention / Pre School
Montgomery County’s Mental Health/Mental Retardation MH/MR
Central MH/MR Preschool Intervention Program
The Special Kids Network
An information and referral center that provides free information on disabilities
Speech and Language Development
Here are 2 good websites to check out if you think your child’s speech is not developing as expected.
NICHCY – The National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Parent to Parent
Linking families of children and adults with disabilities or special needs
PICC – Philadelphia Interagency Coordinating Council
A collaboration of families, early intervention providers and early childhood community agencies
Philadelphia Education Law Center
ELC is a non-profit legal advocacy and educational organization, dedicated to ensuring that all of Pennsylvania’s children have access to quality public education.
The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network
A non-profit organization to help parents, teachers, child care agencies, schools, and camps navigate the many issues and concerns related to FOOD ALLERGIES.
Health Insurance Programs
Keystone Mercy Health Plan
CHIP – Children’s Health Insurance Program
Adult Basic Insurance
Health Capsule - Early Learning GPS (Guiding Parents Smoothly)
Visit the Early Learning GPS (Guiding Parents Smoothly) website. Pennsylvania’s Promise for Children campaign developed it. The GPS offers information for parents of young children about helping their children learn and grow.
GPS is interactive and easy to use. Families receive simple tips and links to reliable resources. Topics include child development, nutrition, physical activity, social-emotional health, and advice about common childhood events such as visiting the doctor.
Thousands of people have visited the GPS site since its launch in January 2013. The Pennsylvania Office of Child Development and Early Learning GPS reviewed all the content. Forty focus groups across the state reviewed it too. The reviewers thought the website information was excellent.
Click here, to watch a 2 minute video about GPS.
Keystone STARS - PA Keys
Keystone STARS is managed through a partnership of the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) and the Pennsylvania and Regional Keys.
Stars Facilities - STARS Eligibility Requirements - Forms & Tools - For Families
Keystone STARS Information for Parents
Oct 27, 2011 – Keystone STARS (Standards, Training/Professional Development, Assistance, Resources) provides families with a tool to gauge the quality of ...
Center for Parenting Education
GENERAL PARENTING INFORMATION:
Child Development * Parenting Education
FOR NEW PARENTS:
Breastfeeding Support * Child Care Information
Postpartum Information and Support * Sleep Coach for Babies
FOR PARENTS OF YOUNG CHILDREN:
Fun Places to Go * Play Groups * Safety and Poison Control
Sibling Preparation * Yoga and Exercise
FOR PARENTS OF SCHOOLAGED CHILDREN INCLUDING TEENS:
Before and After School Programs * Bullying
Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Resources * Eating Disorders *
Media and Internet Safety * Teens
FOR OTHER PARENTING SITUATIONS:
Adoptive Parents Resources * For Divorced Parents *
For Grandparents Raising Grandchildren * For Parents of Multiples *
For Parents of Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transexual Children * For Teenage Parents
FOR PARENTS OF SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN:
General Information * Testing *
Additional Information on Specific Issues:
ADHD * Autism *Learning Disabilities * Mental Health/ Behavior Problems
Direct Services and Therapies * Education and School Advocacy *
General Resources * Child Abuse * Domestic Violence and Victim Services
PA's Promise for Children - Pennsylvania's Promise for Children
Oct 17, 2012 – Pennsylvania's Promise for Children is a great place to find out about early learning programs (such as child care, Head Start, and preschool), ...
Materials. ECE Caucus members and other legislators: If you ...
About Pennsylvania's Promise for Children. Quality early learning ...
How many fun learning experiences can you think of to ...
Help celebrate 10 years of Shining Stars! While every child is a ...
Did you know what children learn before kindergarten affects their ...
Pennsylvania's Promise for Children Month - October 2012 ...
Child Care Resource Developers
Abington Parks and Recreation Pool Membership
Delaware Valley Association for the Education of Young Children (DVAEYC)
local NAEYC affiliate
Delaware Valley Council for Early Care and Learning
Southeastern PA School Age Child Care Project
Gateways of Southeastern PA
Pennsylvania Association for the Education of Young Children (PennAEYC)
Early Childhood Education Linkage System (ECELS)
Family Support (Abuse & Violence)
ChildLine and Abuse Registry
The Mission of ChildLine is to accept calls from the public and ... ChildLine will provide information, counseling, and referral services
Reporting Child Abuse, Call 800-932-0313 (TDD: 866-872-1677)
Institute for Safe Families
Pennsylvania State - Megan's Law Website
Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline
Women Against Abuse Legal Center
Women Organized Against Rape
Menergy - For people who are abusive
En Espanol 267-625-6135
Men's Resource Center - For people who are abusive
Children's Crisis Treatment Center - Help for Children
Anti-Violence Partnership - Help for Children
A Woman's Place
P.O. Box 229
Doylestown, PA 18901
Ele | Fred Roger's Center - Early Learning Environment
The Fred Rogers Center Early Learning Environment! Users have access a library of more than 100 high quality ebooks, videos, mobile apps, music, and more, all designed to promote early literacy and other learning and development for children from birth to age five. Ele’s online community provides a safe place to ask questions and participate in discussions with other families and early childhood professionals.