SUPPOrting Texas Families ThRough COVID-19 & Beyond

As Texas families are told to stay home as they deal with job losses and other challenges as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, Texas nonprofits and service providers are working together to support families during this difficult time. 

SmartParents.org will now serve as a place of information for Texas families and nonprofits to share resources and tips to help parents deal with the coronavirus crisis. Please visit our resources page, watch our live interviews with child experts, or learn about our Coronavirus Children's Resiliency Collaborative (C-CRC) and our Texas Family Leadership Council (TXFLC) linked below. 

RESOURCE DATABASE

Updated regularly, find our collection of COVID-19 information and resources for parents and families. We’ve  included topics ranging from online learning tools, to health hotlines, ways to keep kids entertained and so much more!

Collaboratives

We’ve brought together advocates and leaders from throughout Texas to participate in two distinct collaboratives to advocate for Texas’ most vulnerable children: The Coronavirus Children’s Resiliency Collaborative, and the Texas Family Leadership Council. 

Meals Maps

Several North Texas & Houston area food providers are working to ensure that local families do not go hungry. To make the search more convenient for parents, we’ve partnered with many of these organizations to create  distribution maps of the most recently available feeding sites. 

Looking to Engage More?

Head over to childrenatrisk.org to view our latest research on how the coronavirus is affecting Texas children & families, view our resource database for nonprofits, and read our latest policy recommendations.

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