Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center (HVMHC)
Early Childhood Mental Health Services
420 E Sarnia St, Winona, MN, 55987
Distance: 1032 Miles
Mental health services that can support healthy parenting when either the caregiver or the child is affected by emotional or behavioral concerns. For caregivers, this may be a history of postpartum depression, trauma, anxiety, other mental illness, or substance use. For young children, this may be challenging behaviors, trouble with eating or sleeping, tantrums, or other emotional or behavioral problems.
These services are especially important for young children or parents/caregivers who have experienced trauma, such as abuse, neglect, violence, or other stressful or scary events in life.
Services are provided by professionals that are trained and supported by the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) in evidence-based (proven) ways of assessing and treating early childhood and family mental health concerns.
Provides early childhood therapeutic assessments and interventions that work with both children and their caregivers
Children age birth - five years of age and their caregivers, with a focus on uninsured and underinsured families
Houston, Wabasha, and Winona counties in Minnesota and Buffalo and La Crosse counties in Wisconsin
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- Caledonia Office (Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center) 221 S Kingston St, Caledonia, MN, 55921
- Wabasha Office (Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center) 611 Broadway Ave, Ste 100, Wabasha, MN, 55981
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RP-6400.3300Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Definition
Programs that specialize in providing preventive, diagnostic and treatment services that focus on strengthening the social and emotional development and well-being of infants and young children within the context of early primary relationships. Services may include emotional support, developmental guidance, early relationship assessment and support, infant-parent psychotherapy and advocacy. The objectives of the discipline are to help infants and young children develop close and secure relationships with others; experience, express and regulate a full range of both positive and negative emotions; and actively explore the environment and learn.
YF-3000.3660High Risk Infants/Children Definition
Infants and children who are at risk for developmental delays or other problems because of congenital abnormalities; perinatal medical complications including anoxia, low birth weight, prematurity, respiratory distress syndrome, or metabolic or central nervous system disorders; medical problems that have their onset following birth; or environmental factors including elements of risk that relate to the mother (minimal education, lack of prenatal care, history of drug abuse, pregnancy when younger than age 18 or older than age 35, having a developmental disability, having a sexually transmitted disease) or lack of appropriate stimulation during infancy and early childhood due to neglect, poverty or social isolation.