Information and Guidance About COVID-19
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Babies sleep safest alone, on their backs, in a bare crib or bassinet—not in bed with you.
All apartments with small children are required by law to have window guards.
Open your heart and home to a child in foster care; become a foster or adoptive parent.
Find healthcare for children with medical, emotional, or developmental challenges.
Identify the signs of child abuse and maltreatment. Help protect a child by making a report.
Get involved in the lives of children in your community. Volunteer as a tutor, mentor, or coach.
If you are about to become homeless, Homebase can help you stay out of shelter.
New York City is conducting a survey to improve prevention and child care services.