Alaska Parent Line
While Alaska Children’s Trust (ACT) is not a direct service provider, we are a link to connect parents, families, caregivers and the community at large with the resources needed to protect Alaska’s children and strengthen Alaska’s families.
Anyone caring for a child can call the Alaska Parent Line and talk with an early childhood development specialist who can provide individualized child development information, discipline suggestions, or other appropriate supports.
The Parent Line is a support line around parenting techniques and child development issues. We do not provide ongoing counseling; however, we will provide referrals to other appropriate agencies if callers are in the midst of a crisis or need more comprehensive social service assistance.
Contact the Alaska Parent Line by calling 2-1-1 or visiting www.alaska211.org.
Help Me Grow Alaska
What is Help Me Grow Alaska? We are advocates for Alaska’s children and their families. Whether you are a parent, provider, or simply responsible for a child in your life, our website and our call center are your resources and support for healthy child development!
Early detection and proactive intervention lead to the best outcomes for children with developmental and behavioral problems. That’s why we offer easy access to developmental screenings, live answers to your questions through our call center, community resources, and much more! Our services best serve children ages 0-8.
We are the Alaska chapter of the National Help Me Grow program, operating under the umbrella of the All Alaska Pediatric Partnership. Our relationship with Help Me Grow National gives us proven tools for identifying at-risk children and connecting them with the right resources at the right time. As a program of the All Alaska Pediatric Partnership, we understand the unique needs and challenges faced by Alaska’s children and their families, and we know which in-State resources will help them not only grow but thrive!
Call 1-833-HMG-ALASKA or visit helpmegrowak.org for more information.
Essentials for Parenting
Parenting is hard work! But it can also be fun and rewarding. There are many things you can do to help build a safe, stable, and nurturing relationship with your child. Essentials for Parenting will help you handle some common parenting challenges, so you can be a more confident parent and enjoy helping your child grow.