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Adoption: Provides information and resources to families on all aspects of adoption.  888-251-0075 or 703-352-3488

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Offers family resources on pediatric mental health issues.  202-966-7300

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP): Offers families general pediatric health information and resources. 847-434-4000

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: Offers parent education covering common pediatric dental health issues.  312-337-2169

American Dietetic Association: Offers families with food and eating resources.  800-877-1600

Child Care Aware: Provides families with information on local child care centers. 800-424-2246

Community Café: A Washington State organization helping others to convene community conversations that spark leadership to build relationships necessary to strengthen families.  thecommunitycafe@gmail.com or 360-870-7106

La Leche League International: Provides mother-to-mother breastfeeding resources and support.  La Leche League Helpline: 877-4LALECHE (877-452-5324)

MOST (Mothers of Supertwins): Advocates for quality prenatal care, promoting healthy deliveries, and providing information to all multiple birth families in order to support successful parenting through every phase of their children's development.  631-859-1110

National Alliance for Hispanic Health: Provides information about health issues and health care provider contact information. 202-387-5000
Toll free Spanish helpline, Su Familias: 866-783-2645

National Center for Cultural Competence: Helps programs design services and supports to meet the preferences and needs of families in ways that respect their culture, language, values, and beliefs. 800-788-2066 or cultural@georgetown.edu

National Center for Farmworker Health: Provides information services, technical assistance, and training to migrant and community health centers across the U.S. to improve the health status of farmworker families.  800-531-5120

National Foster Parent Association: Provides support and information to families caring for a foster child.  800-557-5238

National Healthy Start Association: Promotes development of community-based maternal and child health programs, particularly those addressing infant mortality, low birthweight, and racial disparities.  202-296-2195

National Military Family Association: Provides information and support to military families.  703-931-6632 or info@militaryfamily.org

National PTA: Promotes and supports opportunities for families to effectively participate in their children's education, health, and well-being.  info@pta.org  or 800-307-4PTA(4782)

Office of Minority Health Resource Center: Provides referrals, publications, and information on minority public health issues.  800-444-6472

Title V Maternal and Child Health Programs: The nation's oldest federal program to improve the health of all mothers and children, including children with special health care needs. To contact the Title V program in your state, call 800-311-2229 or 800-504-7081 (Spanish)

Today's Child Communications/National Black Family Coalition: A national parenting resource company that spearheads a national family promotions coalition, hosts seminars and conferences, parenting and health training, and publishes Today's Child magazine. 212-462-4716