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Early Childhood Mental Health Program

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Causes: Community Mental Health Centers, Family Counseling, Mental Health, Mental Health Treatment, Single Parent Agencies

Mission: The organization's mission is to foster healthy development in infants and young children who are at risk, abused, neglected, emotionally disturbed, or affected by family substance abuse by providing comprehensive mental health treatment and early education services to them and to their families. We served over 515 children, families, childcare providers, and teachers in fiscal year 2016-2017. We also served over 200 social service and mental health professionals in our educational lecture series. 80 food boxes were distributed to needy client families.

Programs: Specialized mental health services for at-risk children ages 0-6 and their families. This program provides individual play therapy; child-parent dyadic therapy including home visiting; parental support and consultation; and intensive therapeutic preschool services for seriously emotionally disturbed children. 290 children and their families served in this program and the next program listed.

wraparound treatment and mental health services is an innovative team-based approach to providing mental health services and supportive services to families with multiple problems and who are involved with multiple public and private agencies. 290 children and their families served in this program and the program listed above.

child care solutions provides mental health consultation and training for child care providers; assessment of children who are experiencing difficulty in child care and preschool settings; counseling and referral for their families; and counseled and trained childcare providers and teachers at 39 sites in managing troubled and at-risk children. 91 children and their families served.

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