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Support Resources for Families

CDC provides information to families to help give a better understanding of how Covid-19 may be affecting their social, emotional and mental health.

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Help Children Learn Emotions with Sesame Street

Learn about emotions together with your children with Sesame Street’s videos. Videos will help get the conversation started.

Everyone Experiences Stress

Keeping your family strong – Every family experiences stress, and the Child Welfare Information Gateway has compiled some resources to help parents weather the stress so they can remain strong when things get tough.

How Every Child Can Thrive by Five

Molly Wright is seven years old and is one of the youngest speakers for TED Talks. She asks us, what if a game of peek-a-boo could change the world?

Talking to Children about Race, Ethnicity, Culture

Not sure where to begin with talking to your children about race, culture and enthnicity? Seseme Street is a great place to help begin the conversation.

How to Talk to Kids About Racial Violence

It’s everywhere, and yet, do we know how to talk to our kids about racial violence, police brutality, and racial injustice?

Resources for Special Needs Children in Hawaii

SPIN provides latest information that is happening in Hawai’i to families and providers regarding educational service, healthcare, and more.

Covid-19 Resources for Families with Autism

Autism Speaks provides educational resources and support for families and providers with autism. Tools and resources are recommended by the Covid-19 Autism Research Community Task Force.

Support for New Parents in Hawaii

Breastfeeding and Support for New Parents in Hawaii. Nest For Families provides a network for local parents to connect with other families to get support for breastfeeding and any of the struggles new parents face. Get texts and phone calls to help you through your first years as a parent.

Parenting After Divorce

More often than not, co-parenting doesn’t work for divorced parents due to unresolved conflicts and/or lack of communication.

Keiki Heroes Teach Kids How to Stay Safe During the Pandemic

Learn How to Keep Your Child Safe During the Pandemic.