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Social and Emotional Health

According to the Zero to Three learning initiative, "A child's social-emotional development is as important as her brain and physical development. It is her desire to connect with others that motivates her to learn. And her sense of who she is in the world deeply impacts how much and how well she learns, as well as the quality of the relationships she builds with others."

Association for Children
ACMH provides information, support, resources, referral and advocacy for children and youth with mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders and their families.
Website: http://www.acmh-mi.org/
University of Michigan - Your Child Initiative
Your Child: Development and Behavior Resources is a Website for parents. "We aim to help parents navigate the overwhelming amount of information available on the Internet and provide parents a means to link up with support groups, agencies, organizations, and other tools and resources. Your Child is a resource parents can trust, because University of Michigan experts have evaluated all our information and links."
Website: http://www.med.umich.edu/1libr/yourchild/
Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health
MI-AIMH believes that each infant needs to be nurtured and protected by one or more caregiver, most often the parent, who enjoys a permanent and special relationship with the baby. This sustained, primary relationship provides the essential and necessary context within which every human infant learns basic emotional, cognitive and social attitudes that will influence the course of development.
Website: http://www.mi-aimh.org/index.php
MDE
CCRESA
Early On Training and TA
Early On Center for Higher Education
Build Up Michign
Early On Michigan Foundation