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Parenting is a very rewarding experience, but there are times when any parent may want to seek guidance on issues related to raising children. Below are some resources that you might find helpful. Please contact the Mass General Brigham Employee Assistance Program at 866-724-4327 if you need further assistance.

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Baby Formula Shortage Assistance 
The baby formula shortage is understandably creating anxiety for parents. Hopefully the problem will be resolved in the near future. In the meantime, below are some resources that you might find helpful.


Monthly Online Discussion & Support Group for Moms

Monthly Zoom meetings that allow mothers to share and learn with their colleagues, no matter the age of their children. During each session, experts share information, leaving plenty of time for questions and discussion. Mothers are welcome to join and leave the session as their schedule allows. If you’re interested in joining a session, or receiving more information about the Mothers’ Group, please email Joan Sapir: Please note: meeting updates and any materials (if any), will be distributed by Joan.
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General Child Development, Parenting Resources and Supports
New Baby Supports - Lactation, Leave of Absence, Postpartum Mental Health
Resources for Mental Health and Substance Misuse in Children and Adolescents

Dealing with a mental health or substance misuse issue with kids can seem overwhelming. Below we offer some resources. If you think your child might need professional help, visit our section on getting a referral.

Teen Peer Support Resources

Helping Kids Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

As is the case with adults, kids can benefit from maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Things such as getting enough sleep and eating well can help kids to thrive in school and activities, and minimize stress.


Families with Special Needs & Education Supports
Infertility Support
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Working and Parenting
Children and Grief
Childcare and Youth Activities

summer camps now

Get a jump on school breaks and save big on summer camps through your Mass General Brigham Bright Horizons Back-Up Care™ benefit. Your child can enjoy activities such as crafts, science projects, music and more, and you’ll be able to focus during busy workweeks.

Now booking for February break (Feb. 20 to 24):
• Steve & Kate’s Camp in Somerville
• Empow Studios at Lexington Studio
• Empow Studios Newton

See available camp programs:
Visit Bright Horizons and login through the Back-Up Child Care tile. Select Camps Only when looking to find a camp in your area.

School-age back-up care is also available at:
• Brigham and Women’s Hospital Backup Child Care Center
• Massachusetts General Hospital Backup Child Care Center
• And many other Bright Horizons® centers nationwide

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