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.

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


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

2017 Winter / Spring CFYF Parent Class Schedule

AAIMH Members (call to action)

Please join the AAIMH Policy Committee in an educational outreach effort designed to raise awareness about the important work of our child welfare system and resources needed to support our most vulnerable children.  Click on the links below:

We urge you to take action now!

ACTION ALERT: The session is winding down and pre-K still needs more support!

Call Governor Hutchinson’s office NOW and tell him pre-K needs more funding!

It’s as easy as A, B, C! Call (501) 682-2345. Tell the receptionist you’d like to leave a message for the governor.

A.  Tell them something personal about why you think pre-K is good for Arkansas children.

B. Tell them the state’s ABC pre-K program needs more funding.

C. Keep it short and sweet. And thank them for their time!

Please ask your friends and colleagues to do the same