BabyNet - Early Childhood Birth to 5

What is Babynet?Father and his baby playing on a picnic blanket

BabyNet is New Mexico’s system for information and referral to early therapy and developmental services statewide for infants and children. Call 505-272-8549 or 1-800-552-8195 today to be connected to an Information Specialist.

Four services described below include: Early Intervention (EI) services through Family Infant Toddler (FIT) providers, Child Find programs through school districts, other early infant and childhood therapy services, and home visiting programs for new and expecting families.

Birth to 5 Services

Additional Resources for Infants and Young Children

Recognize a developmental delay, Refer a child 0-3 o the FIT Program. Refer a child to  a child find program

CDD Information Network Library – The library at the Center for Development and Disability (CDD) contains the largest collection of disability-related books, eBooks, and DVDs in the state of NM. Materials are available for check out or onsite use by the public. Search the CDD Library Catalog to see what is in the library.

Early Childhood Evaluation Program (ECEP) - provides evaluations for children ages birth to three living in New Mexico. ECEP addresses concerns regarding developmental delay, complex medical conditions, autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, behavioral/regulatory issues, and other specialized evaluation questions for very young children.

New Mexico Kids - The New Mexico Kids Early Childhood Services Center offers a variety of services and resources for both educators and families in the State of New Mexico, including childcare or professional development for early childhood educators.

Parents Reaching Out (PRO) – An organization that works with parents, caregivers, educators and other professionals to improve the lives of children with special healthcare needs and their families. Services include training, advocacy, parent-to-parent connections, and resources and referral.

EPICS – An organization serving families who have Native American children with disabilities or developmental delays in NM, including those with special healthcare needs, and the professionals that work with them. Services include training, advocacy, parent-to-parent connection, and resources and referral.

Your Child’s Journey – a tri-fold brochure with graphic representations of the programs, services and resources that families might interact with over their child’s lifetime.