There are many wonderful additional resources for parents, childcare providers, and educators. Here are some of our favorites.
If you would like your organization listed here, feel free to contact us.

Keys to Interactive Parenting Scales (KIPS)
Comfort Consults focuses on parenting assessment, staff training and program evaluation for family service programs.

Qualistar (The merger of CORRA and EDUCARE)
Qualistar Early Learning is dedicated to improving child development and age-appropriate learning experiences for all children by collaboratively creating a statewide rating system.

Erikson Institute
Erikson Institute is an independent institution of higher education that prepares child development professionals for leadership.

Healthy Teen Network 
Today, the Healthy Teen Network represents some 1,000 individual and organizational members and a diverse network of over 17,000 constituents in every state and territory. Members seek common ground in order to address the issues of adolescent sexuality, pregnancy and parenting at local, state and national levels.

International Institute of Infant Massage
Parent Tools Catalog is a supplier of educational materials, providing Parenting Tools and Infant Massage Instructor Resources via mail order.

Early Start New Zealand
Early Start is an intensive home visiting service for families/whanau with newborn babies where difficult situations and destructive life habits have the potential to negatively impact on the life chances of children in their care. We encourage and support families/whanau to provide each of their children with a positive and enjoyable childhood experience.

Fussy Baby Network
Fussy Baby Network® Colorado offers a range of support services for you to choose from and all families are welcome. Services are at no cost and no family will be turned away.

To give professionals, parents and other caregivers the knowledge and skills to provide nurturing environments for young children by developing and disseminating innovative research-based products and training programs used in many disciplines and settings.

Colorado Bright Beginnings
Colorado Bright Beginnings’ mission is to promote the healthy development of Colorado children during the critical first three years of life.

The Child Trauma Academy
The mission of the Academy is to help improve the lives of traumatized and maltreated children and their families.

Early Head Start National Resource Center
The EHS NRC works in partnership with the Infant/Toddler Specialists at the regionally-based Quality Improvement Centers (QICs) to ensure that Early Head Start programs have information and training on “best practices” on a range of topics.

Invest In Kids
Invest in Kids partners with communities to improve the health and well-being of young children, particularly those of low-income families, through effective, research-based programs.

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
The National Academy of Early Childhood Programs administers a national, voluntary, professionally sponsored accreditation system to help raise the quality of all types of preschools, kindergartens, child care centers, and school-age child care programs. The Academy is a division of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the nation’s largest organization of early childhood educators.

Nurse-Family Partnership
The Nurse-Family Partnership is a highly acclaimed, well tested model that improves the health and social functioning of low-income, first-time mothers, their babies, and families.

Zero to Three
This site is designed to provide parents, caregivers and pediatric and family clinicians with meaningful information about early brain development. They also explore the relationships between infants and their parents and caregivers that support intellectual and social-emotional development.