Early Childhood Programs
Early Childhood Consultation Partnership
The Early Childhood Consultation Partnership is a mental health consultation system for young children. The program is free to parents and early care and education programs throughout Connecticut. The ages served are birth through five years. The program builds the capabilities of caregivers and parents by offering support, education, and consultation to promote enduring positive outcomes for young children. Several levels of service are offered, including: phone consultation, child-focused service, and classroom service.
Prevention Through Early Intervention Program (PEIP)
The Prevention Through Early Intervention Program (PEIP) is provided in early care centers, preschools, and kindergartens to help children develop social and emotional skills that will prepare them to successfully transition to elementary school. The program also provides ongoing consultation and guidance for staff, and regular communication and updates for parents.
Child First is an innovative, home-based early childhood intervention, which works with the most vulnerable young children (prenatal through age five years) and families to decrease serious emotional disturbance, developmental and learning problems, and abuse and neglect. The Child First program is funded through a federal Maternal and Infant Early Childhood Home Visiting grant and provides services to families residing in Derby and Ansonia.
For more information or to discuss referring a child to one of our programs, please call at 203-800-7177.
Mental Health &
We provide a comprehensive array of behavioral health services to meet your individual needs and goals.
Domestic Violence &
We offer safe shelter, counseling, support and advocacy services for victims of domestic violence.
We offer a wide variety of Supportive & Supervised housing services to our clients.