African Mother Holding Baby with TabletThe Arkansas Association for Infant Mental Health recommends the following as helpful resources in the field of Infant Mental Health.

Arkansas Advocates for Children – Voters Guide

Zero to Three (National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families) |

Harvard Center for the Developing Child |

Program for Infant – Toddler Care |

Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development |

Full text of the Arkansas’s Strategic Plan for Early Childhood Mental Health | Arkansas Strategic Plan for ECMH

Arkansas Early Childhood Mental Health Executive Summary | ECMH Executive Summary

Find out more about research on the Family Map Inventories and ACEs here in Arkansas |

UAMS Find a Clinician – Use this state directory to find clinicians trained in evidence-based treatments for trauma. | 


Cognitive changes may be only sign of fetal alcohol exposure (7/23/12)

Infant Mental Health and Early Care and Education Providers

Pathways to Prevention: A comprehensive guide for supporting infant and toddler mental health

Resources to Promote Social and Emotional Health and School Readiness in Young Children and Families: A Community Guide

The Impact of Early Adversity on Children’s Development

Q & A on Temperament

Community Resources