Join other families and our NH certified and credentialed teachers as we provide positive learning experiences in these important early years to build a strong foundation for success in school. Parents "co-op" by participating in their child's classroom and have a voice in their child's early education.More Information
Parenting & Play Groups
Moms, dads, family caregivers and their children meet with a qualified group leader for fun, age-appropriate children's activities, parent support and discussions about raising children.
One-time $20 per family with monthly $20 OR seasonal $70 fee
Summer Sessions, July to mid August
M-F 9:30 AM & Wed 3:30 PM
(If you need a reduced fee, please ask.)
Please contact to arrange a visit- first group is FREE! at 898-5493 or email
Ready...Set...Go! Workshops Series for families with young children.
Ready... Set...Go! is a collaboration of Salem Family Resources and the Salem School District, is a series of workshops for families with young children to help them get their children ready to succeed in school.
Experiences in the first five years of a child's life build a strong foundation for life-long learning and success in school - and parents are a child's first teacher! Join us in discussions with Salem School District teachers and specialists about how to help prepare your young learner.
There is no charge to participate.
Free Child care on site.
Please register at:
- Let’s Get Our Children Ready Together! -
Salem Family Resources and the area Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Team conducts screenings of young children to assess their general development and connect families to appropriate services and resources that help children grow and develop successfully. Parents remain with their child and are the reporters of behaviors and information about their children.
Grandparents As Parents Support Group
Grandparents As Parents is a support group for grandparents and other relatives raising family member's children. Childcare can be provided.
Workshops for Parents and Early Childhood Educators
Knowledgeable and engaging speakers present information and lead discussions about early childhood, including such topics as: behavior management child development, special needs and more... Specific workshops may be requested by children's services agencies, childcare facilities and preschools.
Babysitter training for young people, ages 12-18 years old. The training covers responsibilities, safety, child development and age-appropriate activities.
Trainings are planned in fall and spring. Openings often occur for first come, first served.
Our Parenting Library is a multimedia collection of current information about raising children. Families and early childhood professionals can visit or call to request materials on a variety of topics.
Resource & ReferralWe provide information and referrals to appropriate services and resources in our community, including:
- Parenting Information
- Children's Health Care
- Children's Services Agencies
- Babysitting and Babysitting Co-ops
- Special Education