Child Health & Behavior Supports – Families

Child Health &
Behavior Supports

Early Childhood Mental Health Supports for Families

If you or your child have been impacted by the recent closing of your early care and education program, there are supports available to you. Please contact the The Resource Exchange referral number: 719.577.9190.

Individuals Offering Counseling:

Anna Primavera:

Danielle Reeves-Luther:


Child Behavior Supports for Families

  • Are you struggling to meet the unique behavioral needs of your child?
  • Would you like help creating a plan to promote success at home, school, or in a community setting?

Contact Early Childhood Services at The Resource Exchange: 719.577.9190

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Resources for Strengthening Families

Every family has strengths, and every family faces challenges. When you are under stress—the car breaks down, you or your partner lose a job, a child’s behavior is difficult, or even when the family is experiencing a positive change, such as moving into a new home—sometimes it takes a little extra help to get through the day. The tip sheets below are designed for parents and are based on information from organizations working to promote well-being.

National Alliance on Mental Illness | NAMI

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. Founded in 1979, NAMI has become the nation’s voice on mental illness. Click here to learn more about their resources and supports for families.These include events, support groups, classes, and more. Events will be shared on our FamilySPEAK calendar.


FamilySPEAK is a project of Alliance for Kids. The FamilySPEAK website site is a tool for strengthening families by providing family support, parent education and knowledge in one accessible location. Providing resources and supports positively impacts our community as families thrive and children develop their potential. For additional resources, click the links below:

Community Resource Directory

Download your Guide to local resources and supports for parents, Caregivers, and families.