There are so many resources available today on the internet. See below for a few that address family needs and offer support for new parents.
Sign-up for free text messages to keep you and your baby healthy. Visit https://text4baby.org/ to learn more.
This site offers parenting resources and advice from experts in the field of child development. Professionals may find useful advice and helpful tips to share with parents. Visit http://www.tnpc.com/ to learn more.
PASOs helps build a stronger South Carolina by supporting Latino communities with education, advocacy, and leadership development. Visit http://www.scpasos.org/ to learn more.
Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE) teaches a unique philosophy and methodology in caring for infants. The teachings of Magda Gerber, incorporating respect, quality time, patience and observation are offered in the form of training classes, books and videos. The site is a resource for parents and professional infant/toddler care teachers. Visit https://www.rie.org/ to learn more.
The Mother’s Milk Bank of South Carolina collects, screens, processes and dispenses prescription human milk. Find out who receives this milk and why they need it. Visit http://www.scmilkbank.org/ to learn more.
Providing direct peer support to families, training for professionals and provide bridges to connect them. Visit http://www.postpartum.net/ to learn more.