Children's Integrated Services (CIS)
CIS is a resource for pregnant or postpartum women and families with children from birth to age six. CIS can help:
Pregnant or Postpartum Women - If you have questions or concerns about a condition or risk situation that impacts your or your baby's health or safety;
Families - If you have questions or concerns about providing a stable, healthy environment for your children;
Children - If you are the parent of a child age 6 or younger, and you have questions or concerns about a suspected developmental delay or condition.
For more information about this program, read the CIS brochure.
Connect with your local CIS Team
Working with a Team
You can expect your local team to help you from the time of your call. Teams have expertise in social work and family support; maternal/child health and nursing; child development and early intervention; early childhood and family mental health; child care; and other specialties (e.g., nutrition, speech and language therapy).
Your local CIS team can:
The Children’s Integrated Services Program (CIS) is the new name for child development and family support services formerly provided by three programs: Healthy Babies Kids & Families, Children’s Upstream Services, and Family Infant Toddler (IDEA Part C).