Hotline & help phone numbers
Uplift Families resource page
While serving as the First Lady of Utah, Jeannette Herbert created a non profit called Uplift Families. We feel that their parent resource page is phenomenally comprehensive and extremely helpful. Here is the link:
Martha sears & family
Martha Sears is an R.N., mother of 8, and author or co-author of 20+ books! This is a wealth of information as she has addressed questions every other Monday for the last several years.
Dr. TINA BRYSON
Dr. Bryson is a psychotherapist and author as well as the founder of two clinical practices dedicated to multidisciplinary study, research and practice of play therapy through the lens of neurodevelopment (brain growth).
Look for her on YouTube and you'll enjoy how she is able to bring brain-science into accessible language applicable to us as parents.
Healthy children ages & Stages
This website helps you know if your child is developing appropriately!
Free access to Books by Richard and Linda Eyre
Parents of nine children (one of every kind!), Richard and Linda Eyre share all they've learned in their books that are full of very personable, relatable, and usable tips and tricks! They offer many of their 40+ books for FREE digital access at https://valuesparenting.com/free-books/
2-1-1: The Searchable Guide to Community Resources in Utah
When members are in need of community resources, 211utah.org can provide the support they need. 2-1-1 is a free, confidential referral information helpline and website that connects people from all communities and ages to information about social services and community resources.
2-1-1 offers resources in many areas, including:
Prefer to text? Text your zip code to 898-211 to get the conversation started.
There's a 2-1-1 Mobile app you can download from Google Play or the Apple App Store.
You can also email and receive a response within one business day: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jordan Family Education Center
The Jordan Family Education Center provides support services and classes for families and students in Jordan School District (in Utah). Services are provided by school psychologists, counselors and school psychology interns.
The Center is funded by Jordan School District; therefore, there is no charge for classes, intakes, or counseling services for families and students in the Jordan School District (in Utah).
See their various offerings on their website: https://guidance.jordandistrict.org/jfec/
To register, call 801-565-7442
School Student Self-Care
While some of these resources are meant for local students, many of them apply to anyone! Since coronavirus required more resources to become digital, the Granite School District Self-Care Fair also went to the web, which is great since it can now have a wider audience. It covers topics such as: