Child FIRST

Categories

Categories associated with best practice:

  • Health Equity
  • Individual
  • Infancy (ages 0-2) icon
  • Early Childhood (ages 3-5) icon
  • Young Adult (ages 19-24) icon
  • Adult (ages 25-64) icon
  • daycare
  • English
  • Healthy child development
  • Home
  • Maternal and Infant Health
  • Mental Health Icon 2
  • Personal health practices and coping skills
  • Preventing Violence Icon 1
  • Social Support Networks

Overview

Child FIRST (Child and Family Interagency, Resource, Support, and Training) helps struggling families build strong, nurturing relationships that heal and protect young children from the devastating impact of trauma and chronic stress. The Child FIRST Intervention was designed to span the continuum from prevention to intervention, avoiding the fragmentation of categorical programs focused on a single-risk population. The program uses a two-generation approach, providing psychotherapy to parents and children together in their homes, and connecting them with the services they need to make healthy child development possible.

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