Child Health & Safety

Call 1-800-222-1222 for information and assistance on poisoning. This is a 24 hour service.
Utah Children's Health Insurance Plan may be able to help you pay for your monthly health insurance premium if you are uninsured or COBRA eligible.
Information on Food Banks in your area that offer food for those in need.
Health care coverage that pays for medical service for low-income pregnant women, children, individuals who are elderly or have a disability, parents and women with breast or cervical cancer.
WIC is a supplemental food and nutrition education program that assists Utah mothers in providing healthy nutrition and education for their families.
Information on oral health and a dental resource guide.
Information on your baby including before, during and after pregnancy.
To report child abuse & neglect or to find out information on foster care or adoption.
Mental health care for families with young children.
Resources to receive needed prescriptions if you meet eligibility guidelines
Helping Children Cope with Crisis and Disaster Resources for providers and parents
Federal agency that offer information on wide range of health and safety issues including the Zika virus, measles, pink eye and natural disasters.
Keep Kids Safe from Preventable Injuries
has information and research on a wide range of health topics such as the Zika virus, disabilities, birth defects and prenatal topics.
Lists recalls and has safety education on ATV safety, carbon monoxide, cribs, magnets and window covering cords.
Information on emergencies, disasters, giving blood and fist aide and CPR
The Sunbeatables™ Program is an evidence-based program that aims to educate teachers, parents, and children about sun protection.
CDC issues Zika guidance for schools
While the Internet can be a valuable educational tool, it exposes children to dangers and security risks. Fortunately, there is so much that parents can do to help their children stay safe when accessing the web. This resource is developed to for parents to understand these risks and what steps to take in order to minimize them.
Giving child care and early education providers the tools to help children develop healthy habits for life.
The National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome is committed to prevent shaken baby syndrome and promote the well-being of infants generally through the development and implementation of programs, policy and research; and to support and educate families, caregivers and professionals.
In the Fall of 2017, Child Care Aware® of America’s emergency preparedness team launched an all new Disaster Response and Recovery Webinar Series to help meet CCR&R staff needs. The webinar series introduced CCR&Rs to partnering organizations who serve in a response/recovery capacity and will provide an overview of resources available to children and families.
Partnership to promote local efforts to reduce Environmental exposure.