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We’re here to connect you to resources in your community.

Whether you are a parent, caregiver, provider or member of the general public, the links below can help you find child development resources. These have been reviewed by HMG LA staff. Please review carefully to see if they are right for you. Keep checking! We regularly add new resources. Feel free to share with friends, colleagues, and networks.

Self-Search Community Resources

The HMG LA home page at 1Degree.org includes a collection of linkages to partners and service providers that provide support for child development needs. Users can create a free OneDegree account and access self-referrals or view the referrals provided by a Help Me Grow LA liaison. If you assistance from a Help Me Grow LA liaison, contact us through client referral form or by phone at (833) 903-3972.

Provides support for housing, food, and other needs including domestic violence and substance use. Call 211, search or browse their online database of resources.

LAUSD’s Student & Family Wellness Hotline provides support on mental health, immunizations, health insurance, food, housing, and more; support for LAUSD students but no one is turned away. Call (213) 241-3840.

LA County Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner Violence) resources are available to anyone in need. Access support services or call the Hotline at (800) 978-3600.

SELPA Special Education Local Plan Areas (SELPA) in Los Angeles County are provided to meet the needs of students with disabilities. A SELPA may include one school district or several school districts that are located close to one another. Search for a SELPA in your area.

Find a local Head Start near you.

Find a local Family Resource center near you.

Search for your school district main office.

The Braille Institute's Child Development Program helps parents find resources and support to maximize their child's growth and development. There are community parent groups, family workshops, educational series, Braille Institute services, and much more.

“Help Me Grow LA will assist your family by referring you to trusted resources to address your needs and concerns. Plus its free.”

- Linda Landry

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