Early Childhood Services

Early Head Start:
A federal program offering home based services for infants/toddlers, birth to 3 years old, pregnant women and their families.  EHS, a relationship based program, provides comprehensive health and child development services to promote school readiness skills.  EHS is sensitive to each family’s linguistic, cultural and ethnic values during provision of family support services.

Ohio Early Intervention:
Early intervention provides in home developmental evaluation and assessment for children from birth to 3 years of age with a suspected developmental delay while offering service coordination to families of children with disabilities.

Diagnostic Assessments:
Mental Health Assessments for children from 24 months to 6 years of age.

Early Childhood Mental Health:
Consultation and specialized mental health treatment for young children and their families including individual, family and group sessions. Child Psychiatric services are also available.

Behavioral Solutions for Young Children:
Designed to assist children who are experiencing difficulty in managing their behavior in the preschool/childcare setting.

Parent Time Out:
Short term respite services for families with young children.

Early Intervention:

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