Early childhood behavioral health services

Early childhood behavioral health services are focused on helping parents and caretakers build healthy attachments with their infants and young children.

Infant Mental Health services for pregnant mothers and children up to 3 years old are provided in the home setting. Our families with children 4 – 6 receive in home services or outpatient services based on their clinical need.

Services include:

  • Parent-child psychotherapy
  • Emotional support
  • Advocacy
  • Developmental guidance
  • Referrals to community services


Teen parenting services

Being a parent is a tough job, especially for young moms who might need extra support. We’re committed to helping young moms be the best parents they can be.


About the program

We work with young moms before and after they give birth, offering services and guidance to help them thrive, such as:

  • Therapy groups that increase young moms’ understanding of the developmental, social, and emotional growth of their child.
  • Ongoing medical and mental health services.
  • Referrals for young moms involved in Child Welfare Services for the baby court initiative.
  • Outreach that connect parents to parent-to-parent support groups, and mentorship opportunities in the community.


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