First Call for Help 211 - Free and confidential information and referral to health and human service programs in Geauga County.
Geauga County Board of Mental Health - The Geauga County Board of Mental Health and Recovery Services ensures that quality mental health, alcohol and drug addiction services are available to all residents of Geauga County.
Geauga County Health District - The Geauga County Health District is dedicated to providing public health services by detecting, educating and preventing personal & environmental health problems in Geauga County.
Geauga County Help Me Grow - Help Me Grow is a voluntary program for pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers between the ages of birth and five years old.
Geauga County Job & Family Services - Job & Family Services mission is to promote self-sufficiency and family stability by providing financial, protective and employment services to our community.
Geauga County Public Library
Geauga Family First Council - Geauga Family First Council brings together family representatives and local agencies who work collaboratively and pool resources to promote safe, healthy, stable families & children in Geauga County.
Ground Work - A campaign to make voluntary, high-quality early care and education available to Ohio children, ages birth through six.
Lake/Geauga Family - has a family friendly calendar of local events
Starting Point - Helps families find the right center, home or other child care option.
WomenSafe - WomenSafe is a non-profit organization that offers 24-hour crisis management, shelter, advocacy, information, counseling, therapy, education, referrals and support to survivors of domestic violence.
Other Great Resources
American Academy of Pediatrics Web Site
Exceptional Parent Magazine - providing information, support, ideas, encouragement & outreach for parents and families of children with disabilities, and the professionals who work with them.
Family Fun - Family centered arts, crafts, recipes, games & printables from FamilyFun Magazine.
Kid’s Health - It has information about child development from premature infants to college. Communication, motor, feeding and other skills are broken down into age groups.
La Leche League International - The site has a special section addressing the special needs of breastfeeding premature infants.
National Association for the Education of Young Children - Contains a great deal of information related to the education of children aged birth to eight.
National Network for Child Care - NNCC shares knowledge about children and child care.
Ohio Center for Deaf Blind Education - The OCDBE offers innovative approaches to the education of children and youth with deafblindness.
Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children Disabilities - OCECD is a statewide, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the educational interests of children with disabilities.
PBS parents Website
The Family Education Network - This page is dedicated to children's learning styles. Areas of interest include a newsletter search, info by ages, parental challenges, finance and software.
The Parent's Journal - a weekly national radio series for parents, grandparents, and others who care for and about children.
The Upside of Downs - The Up Side of Downs of Greater Cleveland is a very active organization dedicated to providing support, advocacy, and education for persons with Down Syndrome and their families.
Youth Challenge - Youth Challenge provides one-on-one matches between children with physical disabilities with non-disabled kids for adapted sports and recreational
Zero to Three - Contains a wide variety of information about hot topics for the birth to three set.