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A new Parent Portal from ZERO TO THREE offers resources grounded in science to help parents and caregivers have the most positive impact on their young child's development during the first critical 1000 days of life. Resources are available in the following categories: Ages and Stages, Play, Sleep, Social-Emotional Development, School Readiness and Early Learning, Challenging Behavior, and Positive Parenting Approaches.

Maternal and Child Health Hotline
(800) 722-2295

The Maternal and Child Health Hotline is available to answer questions regarding a variety of programs for women and young children. In addition to serving as an initial point of contact for WIC offices across the state, we share information with all of our callers about other resources that may be helpful to them, including Badgercare, FoodShare, W2, Childcare Subsidies and Prenatal Care Coordination.

Wisconsin First Step
(800) 642-7837

At Wisconsin First Step our mission is to assist parents in finding resources for their children, aged birth to 21, with special needs. Not only will we help you get connected to the Birth to Three Early Intervention Program, but we can also share information about other programs that may benefit your child and family, including care coordination, therapies, respite care, autism services, behavioral health resources, transition assistance and employment services.

Services Hotline for Women, Children and Families
(877) 855-7296

The goal of the Services Hotline is to give Wisconsin families access to resources that may be able to assist them in the event of an unexpected pregnancy. The Services Hotline can provide information regarding public benefits and private agencies that may be beneficial, including Badgercare, FoodShare, the Wisconsin Works (W2) program, Child Support agencies, Child Care Subsidies, Parenting Programs and Employment Services

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