Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health

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    Taxonomy Code: RP-6400.3300

    Programs that specialize in providing preventive, diagnostic and treatment services that focus on strengthening the social and emotional development and well-being of infants and young children within the context of early primary relationships. Services may include emotional support, developmental guidance, early relationship assessment and support, infant-parent psychotherapy and advocacy. The objectives of the discipline are to help infants and young children develop close and secure relationships with others; experience, express and regulate a full range of both positive and negative emotions; and actively explore the environment and learn.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Children and Family - North Range Behavioral HealthChildren and Family: Children and youth experience life differently than adults and need expert and compassionate care. North Range Behavioral Health offers multicultural approaches and programs that are uniquely suited for children, youth, and families. We recognize that caregivers know their children best, so caregivers are a vital part of the helping team; therapists develop goals jointly with the child and family. We can even help parents and caregivers develop and enhance parenting skills. We also collaborate with other agencies in the community when necessary to provide effective treatment–when and where the child and family need it. -Frequent family conflict -Divorce -School-disrupting behavior or truancy -Grief and loss -Social struggles -Depression -Fears that disrupt family, school, or work -Anxiety or constant worry -Attention problems and hyperactivity -Abuse and trauma -Substance use -Involvement with the justice system -Aggressive and self-destructive behavior Weld CountyNorth Range Behavioral HealthNorth Range Behavioral Health
    Crib to Kindergarten - ECHO Early Childhood NetworkA collaborative program that supports young children's emotional health; children might be referred to the program if they are not eating or sleeping, having problems establishing relationships, have parents suffering from mental health issues, or for a variety of other circumstances.Fremont CountyCrib to KindergartenECHO Early Childhood Network
    Early Childhood Mental Health and Parenting Support - ExcelsiorProvides in-home or outpatient dyadic therapy focused on the parent/child relationship. Parenting support, education, and skill-building are also available. Case management is available on a case-by-case basis.Arapahoe CountyExcelsiorExcelsior
    School District Support - Northeast Colorado BOCESPhillips CountyNortheast Colorado BOCESNortheast Colorado BOCES
    SEED (Social Emotional Early Development) Routt County - Mind Springs HealthTo promote the importance of social and emotional development in young children. Accessibility to early childhood mental health services for children and their families is our goal.Routt CountyMind Springs Health, Mesa County - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health

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