Family Resources



Mental Health and

Food Insecurity Resources

Mental Health

The pandemic has called to attention the need for support for our students’ mental health and wellness.  It has been particularly difficult to find behavioral health resources for parents who may have children struggling with behavioral needs.  We hope to support families by offering access to supports. 

You can find resources at:


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CSDE List of Resources for Families and Students

Act 21-46 Resources for Families and Students

This resource document is being provided pursuant to Public Act 21-46: An Act Concerning Social Equity and the Health, Safety and Education of Children. This Act requires the Connecticut State Department of Education to develop, and annually update and distribute, a document for use by local and regional boards of education that provides information concerning educational, safety, mental health, and food security resources and programs available for students and their families. The Department will continue to update this document as additional resources are identified. (December 2022)

Mental Health & Community Services

Calm - Resources to Support Mental and Emotional Wellness

Screen Time Guide for Parents
- provided by
Too much screen time can cause eye-related symptoms, as well as physical and mental health issues

Talk It Out
For parents and caregivers who need someone to listen, to understand and to talk your feelings out.

One Word, One Voice, One Life
Suicide prevention site

East Hampton Youth and Family Services

1 Community Drive
East Hampton, CT 06424

Lauren Incognito
Director of Youth & Family Services

Phone:(860) 267-9982
Fax:(860) 238-3952