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About Us

Any Baby Can improves the lives of children by strengthening them and their families through education, therapy and family support services. Most of our services are provided through home visitation programs, and we also offer community classes and support groups. At Any Baby Can, we believe that every child deserves a strong family, and it’s the foundation of everything we do.

Clients come to Any Baby Can from a variety of referral sources, including other social service agencies, Neonatal Intensive Care Units, pediatricians, hospitals, WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Clinics, school nurses, teachers, family members and friends. Know a child or family who needs help? Call 512-454-3743 or email info@anybabycan.org.

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Our Team

Any Baby Can employs nearly 100 staff including master’s and bachelor’s level social workers, registered nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech pathologists, and counselors.

Meet our Executive Team >
 


Our Board of Directors


Mary Carlson, President
Chris Peele, Vice President
Scott Kunkel, Secretary
Greg Van Wyk, Treasurer

Brian Burgess
Matt Burns
Kevin Chadwick
Joe Dennis
Michelle Gooch, M.D.
Scott Incerto
Robin Ingari
Albert Lin
Kathy Lindauer
John Loyd, M.D.
Matt Lyons
Cindy McCann
Chris Moose
Melinda Pawlikowski
Rob Peterson
Mark Porter
David Putman
Karen Sherriff
Brad Stein
Julie Stevenson
Bill Wiese
 

Our Advisory Council >

Financial Documents

Any Baby Can is committed to transparent accounting and business practices that are supported by internal controls and held to a rigorous system of checks and balances.

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Media Contact

Any Baby Can is your source for pregnancy, child and family related stories. We provide in-house experts on a range of topics and can often secure client interviews.

Contact Allison Daskam at 512-334-4426 or allisond@anybabycan.org.

Facts & Stats

31,000

adults in Travis County have mental health issues

35%

of pregnant women receive inadequate prenatal care

1 in 4

Texas preschoolers is not read to regularly

Complete Facts & Stats

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