Both the individual therapy and the women's group have been VERY helpful and yield lots of suggestions as well as food for thought. The women's group has been especially beneficial in that I've learned I am not the only one with problems and it has shown camaraderie, understanding, and friendship.
Early Childhood Services (Birth to 6)
The Children’s Integrated Services (CIS) program is an early intervention program for families of young children who are experiencing or are at risk for behavioral and emotional problems. Children’s Integrated Services provides mental health services to families with young children ages birth through six and for pregnant women or mothers who have a mental health diagnosis and are younger than age 23. Services are family centered and child focused. CIS clinicians partner with parents to find ways to address behavioral challenges, build the parent-child relationship, and support the family in working toward stability.
Children’s Integrated Services works in collaboration with the local Early Intervention Program (infants, birth to three years old) and the Nursing and Family Supports Program (pre-natal through age six) to provide integrated and coordinated care between these early-childhood services to ensure that you are getting the best care for your child.