We can help

Call us if you:

  • have questions about your infant’s development
  • are concerned about your baby’s crying, sleeping, or feeding
  • think your baby has colic
  • want to talk with an infant specialist about your baby
  • are exhausted or overwhelmed and would like to talk with someone

Our infant specialists are familiar with all the latest research in infant crying, sleeping, and feeding issues and are available for private, in-home consultations, or to talk with you on the phone. When you contact us, an infant specialist will listen to your concerns, provide support, and work with you to find effective ways to care for your baby. All services are available in English and Spanish.

Services offered

Fussy Baby Network Warmline

Sometimes parents want someone to listen and find to support and resources without the red tape. A simple call to our warmline connects you with an infant specialist who will be there with support and information to help you care for your baby. We answer your calls Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST. On evenings and weekends, please leave a voice message or email us, and we will respond as soon as possible.

There is no charge for this service. Call 888-431-BABY (2229) or email us at [email protected].

Home Visiting Program

In the first months of a baby’s life, it’s challenging for parents to meet baby’s round-the-clock needs as well as their own. We understand that at this stage, getting out of the house with or without baby is daunting; therefore, Fussy Baby Network infant specialists come to you. When we meet with you in your home, we will discuss your concerns and offer support and information. We will talk together about your baby’s day, think about strategies to soothe and calm your baby, and explore ways that you can enjoy your baby and take better care of your own needs. We offer reasonable fees on a sliding scale — no family will be turned away for financial reasons.

Fussy Baby Network Clinic

“Is my baby really okay?” parents of fussy babies may worry. We provide an opportunity for parents to share their concerns about their baby’s health and physical development with a specially trained behavioral and developmental pediatrician. When you are receiving Fussy Baby Network services, our consulting pediatrician can examine your baby and discuss your baby’s health, development, temperament, and unique patterns of behavior. The Fussy Baby clinic visit at Erikson Institute is scheduled by the infant specialist who is working with the family.

Fussy Baby Network Caring Parents Groups

Parents have needs too. It’s good to get dressed, get out of the house, and meet other parents to socialize, laugh, and learn. Our groups are led by an infant specialist who will create a warm, relaxed atmosphere where you can unwind as you learn more about topics such as helping a fussy baby sleep, life after colic, or infant massage. Groups are formed on an as-needed basis.