CACFP Worksheets in English and Spanish

Child Care Licensing Trainings

Child Care Resource & Referral

Child Care Resource & Referral Western Region

Child Care Resource & Referral Bridgerland Region

What can trigger a depressive episode?,"

Camp Lejeune Claims Center

How to be patient: building calm composure

Resources for Providers

Utah County Community Resources

The Daycare Resource Connection


Promoting Good Nutrition and Physical Activity in Child-care Settings

Relative Care

The Relationship Between Gut Health and Anxiety

Gut Health and Allergies

Playroom Ideas for a Smarter, More Useful Space

Kids And Sleep: Sleep Help For Children

The Guide To Healthy Sleept For New And Expecting Mothers

How to Sleep Well During Pregnancy

Tips, technology and apps for better sleep

Best Bedtime Stories

Birth Injury Justice Center



Addiction Guide

What to Know About Binge Drinking

Nutritional Psychiatry: Foods to Improve Mental Health

Addiction Resources For American Communities

Drugs, Medications & Other Substances

Alcohol Effects, Addiction Treatment, And Resources

Drug Dangers

Dusting...the new drug for kids... please read and pass on.

Word Games for Kids


10 Road Trip Tips for Keeping Kids Happy in the Car

Safe Driving Tips for Moms and Dads

5 Easy Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe in the Car

Planning for a Safe and Fun Summer Road Trip

Safe Driving Tips for Seniors

Teen Driving: Tips for New Drivers

Drugged Driving Prevention

A Safety Guide for Pedestrians with Disabilities

The 9 Most Dangerous Things Drivers Do

Drugged Driving Prevention

Age and Driving

Transport option for Seniors who don't drive

Mental Preparation for Driving

Safe Driving Practices



Technology and Teen Driving

Going Back to School for Moms

Consumer Safety Guide

Cocaine Health Effects/

Cocaine Addiction & Treatment

Know your DNA

A Safety Guide for Parents and Young Drivers

Kids and Cars

More than 2,400 children are treated each year for injuries suffered when they are struck by a vehicle driving in reverse, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Two children are killed each week in these incidents, say representatives from the nonprofit organization Kids and Cars, and most of these victims are between 12 and 23 months old. The majority of incidents involve a truck, van or SUV driven by a parent or other close relative, the organization says. To avoid a tragic mistake, always: