Help Me Grow is a parent information line designed to connect families to information about child development and community resources. As a service provider you work with so many families that need to be connected to various resources in addition to the services you provide. If you make a referral to Help Me Grow, we will follow up with the family to make sure that they received the proper information. We keep track of community resources and we will include you and your program so that we can make appropriate referrals.

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Help Me Grow can provide families with the following assistance:

  • Enrollment in community programs
  • Information, resources, and educational materials
  • Referrals with enhanced advocacy and follow up
  • Developmental screenings, including:
    • Ages & Stages Questionnaires®-Third Edition (ASQ-3)
      is utilized to screen children 1 month – 5½ years of age across five domains of the child’s functioning: Communication, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Problem Solving and Personal-Social.
    • Ages and Stages Questionnaires®: Social Emotional-Second Edition (ASQ:SE-2) offers in-depth assessment of a child’s peer and adult interactions, as well as general personal, emotional development for the same age group.

How you can allow Help Me Grow to support your families and staff:

  • Invite us to community events (family education sessions, outreach events, etc.) that your agency hosts, so the Help Me Grow team can share information directly with clients
  • Submit a referral form on behalf of a family who you think would benefit from Help Me Grow services
  • List Help Me Grow in materials regarding community resources and programs
  • Schedule a time for a site visit to learn more about Help Me Grow

Nearly 85% of brain development occurs in the first few years of life.

Science of Early Childhood Development

Help Me Grow Alabama

Help Me Grow Alabama is an affiliate of the Help Me Grow National Network and a program of the Alabama Partnership for Children.


Help Me Grow Alabama is funded by the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education through the Preschool Development Grant and the Alabama Department of Human Resources.


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