Help Me Grow Alameda County is a system that collaborates with agencies, families and providers across the county to help ensure children ages birth – 5 years

reach their optimal development.

 

To achieve this, we


Help Me Grow offers a number of services to families and providers.  For more resources, click on our “Parent Resources” and “Provider Resources” pages.


Our phone line is staffed by multi-lingual care coordinators who answer questions and offer guidance and referrals for children’s development, learning and behavior.  Call 888-510-1211 Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm for support or refer a family. If you are a provider and would like to refer a family to Help Me Grow, call us or click on Help Me Grow Referral Form. Fax completed form to Help Me Grow at (510)927-3117.

The Developmental Screening program helps families track their child’s development through their 5th birthday.  Staff share screening results, provide tips, and help address concerns.  Call 888-510-1211 to register or click here.

Alamedakids.org is a new website that integrates early childhood information and a searchable directory of over 200 local resources for families and children.  Click here.

Our Connection Cafés are bi-monthly forums for providers to network, share information, and hear from speakers on early childhood and family support topics. Click here to RSVP!  You can also join our bi-weekly list-serve to stay up-to-date on early childhood programs, events, and trainings in Alameda County.  Click here to join!

Our local campaign, “Will They Grow Out of It?” helps families recognize their child might need support and offers simple and concrete resources.  To order campaign materials, click here!