Trauma in a child’s formative years can often lead to developmental, mental health and physical health problems later in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood – by intervening early many of these outcomes can be avoided, truly changing the trajectory of these children’s lives.
By working upstream to bolster the mental health of these young children (ages 0-8 years) and their families, we can reduce child welfare involvement, and prevent higher levels of service needs later in life. Our team can also support children and families with educational challenges, and connect them to other service providers for needs such as speech and occupational therapy.
Modalities used for this age group include Parent Child Interaction Therapy and Child Centered Play Therapy.
*FY21-22 July-May results