Statement of Solidarity and Support

From the Board of Directors

We, like so many across Illinois and the United States are heartbroken over the events that have happened in the last weeks.

Please see our statement of solidarity and support, both in English and in Spanish, which we want to share with you during this most challenging time.

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Statement of Solidarity – English [MS Word, 40KB]
Statement of Solidarity – Spanish [MS Word, 29KB]

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Call4Calm Illinois residents can text TALK to 552-020, or for Spanish, HABLAR, to receive a call from a counselor employed by a local community mental health center to provide support.

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From the beginning, every child should have a family and community environment in which he or she can thrive physically, mentally and emotionally.

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The Illinois Association for Infant Mental Health (ILAIMH) is a group of professionals drawn together by a common interest in the social-emotional development of infants and their families.

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Members of ILAIMH come from a variety of disciplines including education, social work, psychology, medicine, academia, public policy, child development, physical and occupational therapy, and other allied disciplines.
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ILAIMH is a dynamic organization that works to support the healthy social and emotional development of infants, toddlers and their families. Through training, advocacy, research committees and more we are committed to making an impact.
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