1. Care 4 Kids

    Care 4 Kids helps low to moderate income families in Connecticut pay for child care costs. This program is sponsored by the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood.

  2. Circle of Security

    The Circle of Security is a relationship based early intervention program designed to enhance attachment security between parents and children.

  3. Child Day Care Resources

    2-1-1 Child Care is a free, confidential, and statewide service which helps match the requests of parents with child care providers and programs.

  4. Child Development Center

    The Enfield Child Development Center provides a comfortable, positive, and family-supportive environment where children feel safe and secure.

  5. Family Resource Center

    The Family Resource Center provides access, within a community, to a broad continuum of family support and early childhood services which foster the optimal development of children and families.

  6. Infoline: Child Development

    Child Development Infoline (CDI) care coordinators provide education on development, behavior management strategies and programs, make referrals to services, and provide advocacy and follow-up as needed.

  7. NAEYC

    Join NAEYC and make a difference in the lives of children and families. Founded in 1926, NAEYC has led the way toward excellence in high-quality early care and education. With nearly 80,000 members from more than 300 affiliates and more than 120 countries, including teachers, administrators, parents, educators, and policy members, we are committed to bringing high-quality early care and education to all young children.

  8. Talaris

    Talaris was founded in 2000, with the mission of supporting parents and caregivers in raising socially and emotionally healthy children.

  9. WIC

    Visit the Department of Public Health homepage.