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Our mission extends beyond our nonprofit.

Here are some other organizations that are working towards causes similar to ours.

The Pajama Program

Pajama Program is thrilled to include CASA of Tulare County in our family of Receiving Organizations to whom we give our gifts of new pajamas and new books for the children! We work hard to stay in touch with your staff and are always interested in hearing from you to make sure we are aware of your growth, changes and needs throughout the year. If we can help when you call on us, we will make every effort to do so.

We work with many local volunteers to organize pajama and book drives and facilitate the deliveries of these collections to you for the children as quickly and efficiently as possible. You may receive a call about a drop off to your organization from time to time from our donors or volunteers.

To learn more about The Pajama Program visit them here:

http://pajamaprogram.org/

Parenting Links

  • This site is reviewed by doctors and other experts, and offers advice, current articles, connections to other parents and much more.

  • Babble is primarily for expectant parents, and includes sections on childbirth choices, fatherhood, baby gear and maternity shopping.

  • https://cerebralpalsygroup.com/treatment/ - Cerebral Palsy Group is an online resource for anyone who has been affected by cerebral palsy, birth injuries, and brain injuries. We offer support and guidance with treatment option, life expectancy, and symptoms.

  • Cerebral Palsy Guidance was created to provide answers and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. Our goal is to reach as many members of the cerebral palsy community as possible, building up a network of support, as well as providing necessary assistance.

  • Cerebral Palsy Guide is a national support organization dedicated to educating individuals and families about cerebral palsy. While raising awareness about this movement disorder, our team is also committed to providing informational support for children with CP and their parents and caregivers.

  • EPIC works to strengthen `ohana and enhance the welfare of children and youth through transformative processes that are respectful, collaborative and solution-oriented.

  • This is an online magazine that contains articles about all kinds of family-related issues. Travel, taxes, health, working parents, and all that you might expect to find in a comprehensive family magazine. There are printable and activities for children.

  • The Harvard Center for Children's Health was created in 1995 to translate what we know about children's health into what we do to improve children's health and well-being. Over 100 faculty at the graduate schools of Harvard University are conducting research to improve our understanding of what places children at risk for poor health and development; and what programs and services are effective in preventing these risks.

  • This site offers well-written articles about children's health issues for parents, children, and professionals

  • Parenting tips on pregnancy, new borns, and infants.

  • Parents.com is the Web site for G+J Publishing's magazines including Parents, Child, McCall's and Family Circle. It is wholly devoted to parenthood issues and includes related content from each of these magazines as well as original news and interactive features.

  • Aspiranet’s REACH Program (Resources, Education, Advocacy, Crisis Intervention and Hope) was developed to empower and strengthen families who have had their lives changed forever by adoption. REACH supports families long after the adoption process has been completed, with resources, education, advocacy, crisis intervention and hope.

  • We are a compassionate and enthusiastic team that is excited about caring for our patients, serving our local community, and promoting lifelong dental health. We are Board Certified Pediatric Dentists specializing in oral health care for infants, children, and teenagers.

  • "House Calls," where noted pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton offers advice and answers questions about the first year of development. This covers issues stage by stage and is organized so that you are able to look up topics by your baby's age.

  • The vision of this site is is a world in which all children are treated with dignity, respect, understanding, and compassion.

Infants

Native American and ICWA Resources

Teens

Educational Advocacy

Health & Mental Health

Foster Youth Information

LGBT+

  • For prospective college students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, or queer (LGBTQ), it’s crucial to find a college with a supportive learning environment where they can thrive. Campus Pride, the predominant national nonprofit organization serving LGBTQ students, functions as a primary resource for such a search. Each year, the site provides a comprehensive listing of the most LGBTQ-friendly colleges in the nation and hosts a college fair specifically geared toward LGBTQ youths and their families. Also see their Financial Aid Section for Scholarship opportunities under the Financial Aid tab or at: http://www.bestcolleges.com/financial-aid/lgbtq-scholarships/

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