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National Infant And Early Childhood Mental Health Resources


Welcome to The Journey Institute infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Resources. Whether you're a parent, caregiver, or healthcare provider, a variety of programs are available to support early relational health of young children.

Discover our comprehensive network of national organizations committed to enhancing infant and early childhood mental health. These groups offer a range of services and resources, from the American Academy of Pediatrics' dedication to the overall well-being of young children, to Zero To Three's mission to support infants and toddlers through multidisciplinary approaches. Whether you're seeking scientific research from the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, or looking for trauma-focused interventions from the Child Trauma Academy, there's something for everyone. These organizations collectively serve as a valuable resource for parents, healthcare professionals, and educators alike to increase awareness into the critical early relational needs of young children.

Alliance For The Advancement Of Infant Mental Health

Child Welfare Information Gateway

American Academy of Pediatrics

Child Trauma Academy

Center On The Developing Child

National Scientific Council On The Developing Child

The Georgetown University Center For Child And Human Development (GUCCHD)

Child Welfare Information Gateway

The National Association For The Education Of Young Children (NAEYC)

Tulane Institute Of Infant And Early Childhood Mental Health

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Zero To Three

Vulnerable Infants And Toddlers In Four Systems

Urban Institute: Vulnerable Toddlers

World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH) 


Black Mamas Matter Alliance

Maternal Health Learning & Innovation Center

Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for People of Color

Postpartum Support International

Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance

Shades of Blue Project

National Black Midwives Alliance

Hear Her - Resources for American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) People

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