Early Support Program Includes
Childhaven's skilled early support staff provide a range of developmental therapies in home and community settings to children from birth up to their third birthday. The team is staffed by skilled speech and motor therapists, special educators and family resource coordinators, working collaboratively to support the children and families in our care. All services are provided through a relational health lens, centering the critical role that first connections play in children's development. We honor and support each family's needs and voice, working alongside you to support your child's developmental progress.
If you have concerns about your child’s developmental progress, please reach out to schedule an evaluation. Early intervention can address challenges in areas such as speech, motor skills like crawling and walking , behavior, feeding, or other aspects of growth and development.
Look Into Our Other Programs
Art with Heart
Through Art with Heart, we bring the healing power of creative expression to kids and adults serving kids. Our therapeutic activity books are designed for kids age 5-18. Printed curricula, in-person and online trainings are available for adults who are leading or looking to lead creative expression programs with the kids they serve.
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.
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.