Feedback needed to improve infant and early childhood mental health

December 4, 2019

Right Start for Colorado is an initiative led by the Mental Health Center of Denver that aims to expand infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH) services across Colorado communities by providing trainings to professionals who work with children ages birth to five and families but do not provide mental health treatment. 

Eligible professionals may include pediatricians/primary care providers, child welfare professionals, home visitors, public health nurses, early interventionists, Guardian Ad Litems, and early care and education providers.

Your feedback is requested to inform the types of trainings offered. If you work with children ages birth to five and/or their caregivers, but do not provide mental health treatment, please click the survey link below to take this short 10-minute survey to inform the Right Start for Colorado training plan. Please take the survey by December 31, 2019.

Take the survey today!

To thank you for your time completing the survey, you will be entered into a raffle to win a $100 gift card. 

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