Early Childhood Mental Health Virginia (Birth to Eight)

Description:

This site provides resources, training, and links to Infant Mental Health endorsement. The goal of Earch Childhood Mental Health of Virginia is to develop of a comprehensive system of care for infant and child mental health serving children birth through age eight and their families/caregivers, which:

  • Engages parents as partners;
  • Provides high quality supports and services to families;
  • Is grounded in developmental knowledge;
  • Includes family and child centered practices and policy & cultural and linguistic competence;
  • Is infused into natural settings and services & relationship based;
  • Utilizes evidence-based practices;
  • Is linked to the substance abuse, domestic  violence and court systems;
  • Assures comprehensive mental health services for infants and toddlers in foster care and to the highest risk/most vulnerable infants and young children & their families in Virginia

 

Tag(s): Behavior Collaboration Communication/Language Developmental Delay Early Childhood Early Intervention Emotional Disabilities Infants & Toddlers Middle School Parent/Family Preschool Professional Resources Social/Emotional State/National Organizations