The Healing Power of Creative Expression
Art with Heart brings the healing power of creative expression to children and adults serving youth. We know art can turn pain into possibility. Our goal is to provide creative tools, resources, and support to any child or community in need of healing. Printed curricula, in-person and online trainings are available for adults who are leading or looking to lead creative expression programs with the youth they serve.
Books & Curricula
Art with Heart resources are a jumping off point for personal and community transformation. Our books and programs empower adults to effectively help youth work through their feelings, build resilience, and see a future full of possibility via creative expression. Whether you’re here for one child or an entire community, you’ll find the resources you need to help a young person cope with whatever adversity they’re facing through creative expression.
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Child & Family Counseling
Childhaven’s therapists support families and children from birth to 24 years, providing therapeutic care and counseling services with a focus on: infant/early childhood mental health, dyadic and interaction-focused therapies, trauma-informed care, emotional health, and whole child well-being.
Our community-based programs provide a variety of supports to children and families in the places where they live, learn, and play. Supports include RAYS UP youth mentoring, Kaleidoscope Play & Learn groups, Kinship, and Family Navigation services that are embedded within pediatric primary care.
Wraparound with Intensive Services
Wraparound with Intensive Services are designed to support young children, ages birth to 6, who have significant social, emotional, and behavioral needs. Wraparound with Intensive Services are guided by an Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health framework, supporting children’s primary relationships in both their home and early learning environments. Families work closely with their care team, including a Parent Partner, Care Coordinator, and Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Therapist, to develop a support plan that centers their goals for their family.