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Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMH) provides home-based clinical services to pregnant women and families with children birth to six years old. The program serves parents who feel overwhelmed and/or whose children are experiencing behavioral issues or developmental delays. ECMH supports families through therapeutic services, referrals and education about child development and growth to foster a healthy attachment between child and caregivers.
Early Childhood Mental Health (ECMH) services are home-based and family-centered. They include:
ECMH services are available in English and Spanish. To obtain services, please contact the ACCESS unit, call 313.841.7474 Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM.
To be eligible for the Early Childhood Mental Health program, you must be:
You should consider enrolling in ECMH if you are experiencing any of these concerns or circumstances:
Early Childhood Mental Health served 57 families and 78% of them made good progress on their goals