One of the goals of the New York Zero-to-Three Network is to connect professionals with resources and information. This page offers links to a variety of organizations that provide services, research data, programs, etc., useful to our community. Please let us know of other helpful resources by writing to with “resources” in the subject.

Talking With Children About Race

For an age by age guide to talking to kids about racism, please see this article from
Talking to Kids About Racism

Dealing with COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

As we all strive to keep children safe, healthy, and thriving during the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve posted some resources for dealing with COVID-19 and the specific challenges it brings. 

Emergency Resources For Families From Power of Two
Includes resources on food, shopping, childcare, housing, financial support and unemployment
Power of Two

Tips For Families From Zero-to-Three
Includes age-appropriate responses to questions, a guide to self-care, and activities for children

Graphic Medicine to Share with Children
Comics for Good

Resources To Support Parents And Their Children Around COVID-19
From Spark & Stitch Institute
From Brains On
From the Child Mind Institute
From CHKD – Caring for Yourself and Your Kids
From CHKD – Supporting Your Children

Recognizing, Respecting, And Allowing Children’s Healthy Emotions
“Unruffled” Podcast from Janet Lansbury

Platform For Running Virtual Online Classes

Activities Adults Can Do With Children
Kids a Cookin’

Resources For Parents Who Are Not Physically With Their Children
From Moms Over Miles
From Dads at a Distance

Other Categories

Research and Publications
Information Centers/Clearinghouses
National Statistics/Databases
Federal Agencies, Divisions, and Programs
Child Development Resources & Advocacy Organizations
Children with Special Needs
New York Area Resources