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You can access referrals by either emailing or calling

Southwestern Child Development Commission 

Email a Parent Services Counselor:

Call and speak to a Parent Services Counselor: 877.752.5955



Reach Out & Read: When your child has a well-child visit at the Madison County Health Department or any location of the Hot Springs Health program, they will receive a free book at their visit. To learn more about the Reach Out & Read program, please visit:

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Family Support

Kith & Kin Enrollment Form | Download


Kith & Kin Immunization Letter to Families | Download


Kith & Kin 2020 Info | Download


Kith & Kin Play Date Facebook  


Kith & Kin Handbook | Download



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Ages & Stages


Check it out: Vroom by Text


 The same great Vroom Tips, now more accessible than ever!


Vroom has been exploring new ways to serve parents and caregivers not being reached by the Vroom App. Vroom Tips, delivered by text message, is the answer. Vroom by Text is a great way to reach families without requiring a smartphone or costly data plan.

Vroom Tips by Text offers:

• Age-based Vroom Tips sent right to your phone every week.

• A more personal and motivational tone just right for texting.

• Vroom Tips in English or Spanish.

• Customized tips for multiple children.

And of course, it is totally free*.


Register by texting VROOM to 48258 or fill out the form here.

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We invest in the First 2,000 Days of a child’s life — in children ages 0-5 and their families by partnering with local organizations to provide programs that:


  • improve the quality of early childhood education

  • increase access to affordable, high-quality early care

  • expand early literacy opportunities

  • provide family support


There are 2,000 days between birth and kindergarten. The majority of brain development happens during this time, forming the foundation for all future learning.

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