Category: Infant Mental Health

Tell Congress to Pass the Build Back Better Bill

Tell Your Members of Congress to Get the Job Done! On Thursday, President Biden announced a final framework for his Build Back Better bill, which will provide transformative change for our nation’s children and families. The bill is described as the most important federal legislative win for children since the 1960s and 1970s, when Medicaid, […]

Register for the Viewing – Pandemic Stress: Supporting Young Children, Families, and the Early Childhood Workforce

To kick off Celebrate Babies Week, ACNJ hosted the webinar “Pandemic Stress: Supporting Young Children, Families, and the Early Childhood Workforce”. This webinar featured a special presentation from Dr. Walter Gilliam from Yale University Child Study Center on his recent research on the impact of the pandemic on young children, their families and child care […]

Join the Celebration! Sustaining the Essential Role of the Caregiver

From October 18th to October 22nd, ACNJ and our partners will be elevating the importance of supporting babies and their caretakers. This year’s theme is “Sustaining the Essential Role of the Caregiver.” Caregivers have been essential in the lives of our youngest, ensuring their social-emotional well-being while struggling through a pandemic themselves. We want to […]