Resources for students and parents


Programs to Inform and Support Families



ü  Prevent Child Abuse AmericaTips for staying connected can be found at


ü  The Child Mind Institute: Suggestions on talking with children about COVID-19 can be found at


ü  SAMHSAGuidance on talking with children about infectious disease resources are located at search result


ü  Zero to ThreeThese resources offer tips for families including age-appropriate responses to common questions, a guide to self-care, and activities for young children experiencing social distancing. 


ü  Be Strong FamiliesResources to stay strong and positive based on each of the protective factors are found at

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ü  CDC Guidelines and resources: coronavirus-guidance 8.5x11 315PM.pdf


ü  Administration for Children & Families Bureau resources:


 Alabama Trust Fund Resources and Helpful Links


ü  Alabama Department of Public Health COVID-19 Testing Hotline: 1-888-264-2256

Latest State Guidance


ü  Governor Office’s comprehensive guide for COVID-19 Resources:


ü  COVID-19 Information Hub:


ü  Information on the CARES Act and Filing for Unemployment


ü  The Parenting Assistance Line (PAL): a free service available to anyone who wants information and support in becoming a more confident parent or caregiver. Call or text 866-962-3030.


ü  CWLATips for preparing information and creating partnerships:


ü  Child Trends: Utilizing telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic to help connect home visiting services to families:


ü  ARCH: Identifying resources for respite and family caregiver organizations:


Social and Emotional Learning Resources


ü  Social-Emotional Learning (SEL): What Is SEL and Why SEL Matters?:


ü  Coronavirus: Kids and Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic:


ü  A Trauma-Informed Approach to Teaching Through Coronavirus-For Students Everywhere, Online or Not:


ü  Parent Toolkit:  Social and Emotional Development


Please contact our District Social Worker, Ms. Jwana Perkins at (334) 398-0124 for additional service providers and/or as needed.  Listed are agencies within Autauga County available to assist families during this unprecedented time.


·       Butterfly Bridge Children’s Advocacy Center - (334) 356-3632


·       Clark Counseling Services - (334) 356-0381


·       Ellis Counseling LLC - (334) 358-2455


·       Family Guidance Center - (334) 270-4100


·       Family Sunshine Center - (334) 206-2100


·       Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority - (334)279-7830


·       Samaritan Counseling Center - (334) 262-7787