Response to Coronavirus

Any Baby Can is providing televisits and keeping barriers to services as low as possible, while giving clients a sense of continuity and stability in this difficult time.

COMMITMENT TO OUR CLIENT FAMILIES

The safety of our clients and employees is our top priority. Due to the health crisis presented by COVID-19, we have made the adjustments listed below while continuing to provide all our services.

  • Our offices are closed to the public. However, our main phone line remains open. Please contact us at 512-454-3743.
  • Currently our services are primarily delivered virtually and in-person visits are determined on a case-by-case basis.
  • We are monitoring and adhering to the guidelines of our local public health authorities.

Any Baby Can is nevertheless committed to offering child development and family support services. If you have any questions about our delivery of services, please contact your Any Baby Can case worker, therapist or program liaison.

Our Approach to Telehealth

The parent coaching model inherent in Any Baby Can’s programs has made the transition to telehealth not only possible, but an incredibly meaningful experience.

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Texas COVID19 Mental Health Support Line:

833-986-1919

Disaster Distress Helpline:

800-985-5990

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

800-273-8255
Text HOME to 741741

National Domestic Violence Helpline:

800-799-7233

BASIC NEEDS RESOURCES

Texas Statewide (Food, Health, Rent):

Dial 2-1-1

Travis County Services:

Dial 3-1-1

Employment / Unemployment / Childcare:

Texas Workforce Commission

GET INVOLVED

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Our client families need us now more than ever. Please consider donating to help support parents and children.

SUPPORT OUR FAMILIES

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We have volunteer activities you can do from home! This is a great opportunity to get the whole family involved.

VIRTUAL VOLUNTEERING

NEWS AND RESOURCES

Any Baby Can is proud to have licensed therapists, nurses and social workers on staff. We will share their insights on mental health, trauma-informed care, and family health and wellness.