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The following Web sites offer a wide range of information for families, including parenting tips and proven methods of working with children who have social and emotional issues.

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www.specialneedskidsdirectory.com
A site dedicated to providing resources and connections for families with special needs children who live in North Texas.

www.tarrantcares.org
Services and information in nine different areas, including birth through 6, children and families, mental health and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

www.recognizetrauma.org
Information about the causes, symptoms and recovery for children who experience stress following a traumatic event.

www.bornlearning.org
Learn all kinds of ways to help your baby learn, beginning at birth.

www.zerotothree.org
Zero To Three is a national, nonprofit organization that informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.

Free Parent Brochures
Zero To Three offers some excellent publications for parents - at no charge. You can find them at this site.

http://www.ecmhc.org/materials_families.html
Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation offers information, posters and more. It focuses on mental health in Head Start, but everyone can benefit. Check out the posters on ways parents can promote positive interactions with their children.

http://nichcy.org/
The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities provides information on specific disabilities, early intervention services for infants and toddlers, research on effective educational practices, information about special education and much more.

www.friendshipscount.com
A site for teens that promotes understanding and fights the stigma of mental illness among adolescents.

Video: Friendships Count
A music video written and performed by youth who have siblings with mood disorders. This video is a part of the Friendships Count campaign for teens to promoted understanding and fight the stigma of mental illness among adolescents.

Video: Together We Can Build a Bridge
A trauma-informed, strength-based message from families of children with behavioral health needs to service providers and families who can relate.