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Explore CLUES services and resources designed to support the families and caregivers of our youngest children.
Short videos created by Mental Health staff members that introduce key parenting strategies for supporting the social and emotional development of infants and children.
The video content is in Spanish.
CLUES staff share their favorite resources related to parenting and child development.
Please contact Camila Mercado to receive the list of resources and sign up for the monthly newsletter.
FFN Minnesota is here to connect FFN caregivers with local FFN navigators who can provide ongoing support while caring for children. That support comes in many forms: one-on-one meetings with local navigators, training, resource kits and more.
CLUES is one of the grantee organizations that work with the Department of Human Services Child Care Services Division to provide direct support to FFN caregivers so that they can provide high-quality care to the children they care for and provide a caregiving environment that supports early learning, healthy development and improves school readiness.
For more information visit the FNN webpage by clicking the logo below:
CLUES, in collaboration with Familia Solutions, conducted a series of workshops designed to empower parents to be Promoters of Health and Wellbeing in their community. The content of the workshops was designed and tailored to support Latino/a parents to develop a message about health and wellbeing they would share with people in their community. Parents learned about communication techniques, human development, sexual education, and socioemotional development. During the last workshop, CLUES hosted a resource fair with community partners to help participants select resources that would be useful for them and their communities. By the end of the sessions, participants had a strategic plan to share their messages. One of the participants, Rhona Ríos, designed a flyer in Spanish about the importance of socioemotional development.