We believe childhood mental health is critical to lifelong well-being, and offer a variety of services to support infants and pre-school age children.
Early Childhood Specialist Services
Our early childhood specialist provides consultation services to childcare centers when providers have concerns about particular children expressing challenging behaviors (ages birth to eight).
We work collaboratively with center directors, staff, parents, and children to offer helpful behavior management strategies and referrals.
We also provide child and family therapy services to uninsured children ages birth to eight.
Funded in part by the Colorado Health Foundation, the Play Project places early childhood mental health consultants in metro Denver early learning centers to help early child care professionals and parents support healthy social and emotional development in children ages birth to eight.
Right Start for Infant Mental Health
Right Start is a mental health program for pregnant women and families with children ages birth to 5 years. We provide help when there are concerns about a child’s emotions, behavior or development, or when parenting becomes difficult. We are also able to provide services in the home or community when a higher level of care (such as more frequent or longer sessions) is needed, or when there are barriers preventing attendance in the office.