Family Resources - Brattleboro Area
It Takes a Village
It Takes A Village provides a helping hand for families with new babies. We are a local volunteer group with a mission to improve the postpartum experience. Volunteers visit once a week in the early months to provide support, company and conversation.
Youth Services - The areas most complete listing of resources for families, housing assistance, financial assistance, support services and School.
Early Education Services
Family Resources, Head Start, Fatherhood Program, Welcome Baby program, Parent Survey (Do it. They want to know what you need and so do we).
Winston Prouty Center
Center for child development.
Early learning center, Children's integrated services and Family supportive housing.
Building Bright Futures
Playgroup listings and parent/child advocacy within local and state government.
Bright Futures Information System
Information about child care and services available such as finding child care, applying online to become a registered child care provider and child care trainings.
Food Connects - Neighborhood Market
The mission of the Neighborhood Market is to expand access to healthy, affordable, local food for ALL people. The primary focus is serving people of low-income but people of all income levels are welcome to join.
Windham Southeast Supervisory Union The WSESU Mission is to provide a safe, inclusive and supportive environment where all students grow academically, socially, and emotionally, and are challenged to reach their potential as local and global community members.
Parent Networks & Education:A diverse support group for moms, dads, and partners in the Brattleboro, VT area seeking companionship in their parenting journey.FREE DOWNLOADABLE INFORMATION FOR PARENTS ON THE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN FROM BIRTH TO AGE FIVE.Help Me Grow Vermont (HMG VT) is a statewide system for improving access to existing resources and services for expectant parents and families with young children through age 8.
Civics and Government for Kids: Lessons, Activities, and Guides
Civics is the study of citizenship and how a system of government works. Studying civics in the United States includes learning about the different branches of the government and how they work together. Understanding civics prepares you to be a part of adult society, following laws and voting for people to represent you in government positions. As you learn about civics, you will also study United States history, which helps you understand how the country came to be what it is today.