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988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.


A 10-session service for families with infants and toddlers, ABC helps to build the attachment and connection between parents and children under age 4

All Neurotypes

Celebrating and Honoring Neurodiversity through summer camps, play groups, and training programs.

Book Harvest & Book Babies

Book Harvest provides free books for children of all ages; a Family Space designed for families to read, learn and play together; and programs that partner with parents to nurture language and literacy development.

Diaper Bank of North Carolina

Provides free infant care and hygiene products including diapers, formula, period products and adult incontinence supplies through community organizations across Durham and the state.

Durham Children’s Initiative

Provides families with ongoing, wrap-around support, connections to resources, and programming for Durham children and families from the cradle to college or career.

Durham Crisis Response Center

The Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) is the place for anyone in Durham who has experienced domestic, family or sexual violence or human trafficking to find safety and support.

Durham Early Head Start

Free, comprehensive program for low-income and other eligible families of children prenatally through age 3; offers home visiting or high-quality center-based childcare; operated by Durham’s Partnership for Children.

Durham PreK (Pre-kindergarten)

High quality, free or affordable pre-K in a variety of settings around the county for all Durham 4-year-olds, giving children the skills they need to be ready for kindergarten and beyond.

El Centro Hispano

A Latino nonprofit organization providing a variety of support and opportunities to Latinx families in the Triangle.

El Futuro

Outpatient, culturally affirming mental health evaluations, therapy, and treatment in Spanish for adults and children ages 6+.

Empowered Parents in Community (EPiC)

EPiC organizes and supports Black parents and their allies in its mission to dismantle systemic racial inequities and advocate for high quality educational opportunities.

Fatherhood of Durham

Working with fathers to develop life skills necessary to face financial, health, relationship and other critical challenges.

FCR Head Start and Early Head Start

Free child development (child care) and comprehensive family support program for low-income children ages 6 weeks- 5 years; multiple locations around Durham

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Healthy Families Durham

A free home-visiting program designed to help new parents as they support the healthy growth and development of their children from birth to 3 years old.


Community based educational space that elevates the importance of bilingualism through Spanish language and cultural immersion programs

JusticeMatters, Inc.

Free trauma-informed legal services in immigration and family law for individuals with a low-income in Wake, Durham, and Orange Counties

La Leche League

Peer to peer lactation support for breastfeeding families, regardless of whether they are facing challenges or simply seeking to connect with others

Legal Aid of NC

Free legal services to those with low-income for cases including family law, employment, government benefits, housing, consumer issues and for families who feel their child has been denied access to their educational rights.


MAAME, Inc. empowers Black, Brown, Indigenous, and other Birthing People of color and those historically excluded to navigate systems during pregnancy and postpartum

Museum of Life + Science

Free tickets to the Museum of Life + Science on ‘Durham Community Days’ with proof that you live in Durham.


Free statewide network that helps individuals or families connect to all kinds of community resources like housing assistance, food relief, employment services and other important types of support.

North Carolina Family Navigation Guide

A website and resource guide for families who have concerns about their child’s development and those who have children with special health care needs or disabilities.

Partners in Inclusion

Guidance for child care or recreational programs on how to best to support and include children with developmental disabilities.

Postpartum Support International

HelpLine (text/call support) and comprehensive support network, including support groups and additional resources, for parents facing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders or struggles in the transition to parenthood.

The Bull City Woodshop

The Bull City Woodshop is a non-profit, student centered organization that guides individual development, fosters community connection, and cultivates creativity through woodworking.

Triple P

A parenting support program designed to be flexible and meet parents (of children 0-16) where they are; provides targeted tips and strategies to manage behavior and build parents’ confidence.

Village of Wisdom

Organizing work with Black families to support positive racial self concept, increase capacity to navigate and cope with racial bias, and build community connections and advocacy skills

Welcome Baby

Free parenting classes, workshops, and family essential supplies for families with children ages 0-8

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