Individual and Families
In the case of a life-threatening emergency,
Immediately call 911.
At its essence, resilience is the ability to suffer and then recover stronger and more equipped than before. Parents teach their children how they handle adversity. To be at our best, it takes intentional effort to build our strengths, step-by-step over time. Taking care of ourselves allows us to take care of others.
To report suspected child abuse, neglect, or abandonment, in Idaho call
Statewide: 1-855-552-5437 (KIDS) or Treasure Valley: 208-334-5437 (KIDS)
Personal Wellness - Self Care
Fathers are an important part of a child's life.
Crying Baby Flowchart - helpful chart to take care of a crying baby Requires an email for access. From fatherhood.org
My Crying Plan - Specific steps personalized by you
The development and strengthening of resiliency can prevent adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and mitigate the impact of traumatic stress. These resources describe resilience, discuss promotion of resilience, and provide valuable resources for individuals and communities interested in improving their resiliency.
Resources for Families
These resources includes online, interactive learning modules and links to other training resources for families.
Fostering Families Resources
These resources are a starting point for someone interested in fostering, or an experienced foster family looking for more help.