Connecticut Resources

State programs and organizations about young children.

2-1-1 Child Development Infoline –

Birth to Three supports families when they have concerns about their children’s development

Care 4 Kids, day care subsidies for low-moderate income working families –

Children’s Trust Fund –

CT After School Network-

CT Department of Children and Families –

CT State Dental Association – 1-855-CTDental – Dental Hygiene Clinics, referrals for dentists (including those who take Medicaid), classroom resources and more., Working together with families and communities –

Connecticut Parent Power –

Great Kids CT –

Husky Program, health insurance for low income families –

Injury Prevention – Graduated Driver Licensing Law- CT Department of Public Health Injury Prevention

Office of Early Childhood –

State Department of Education –

UConn KIDS (Kids in Developmental Science) – Volunteer for scientific research at the University of Connecticut.