It’s never too early to think about children’s mental health. For women who are pregnant or parents who have young babies at home, community resources are available in Stark County to support their children’s emotional development.
Early childhood mental health is measured by a child’s behavioral well-being, including the capacity to express themselves, form relationships and learn. A baby’s caregiving arrangements, nutrition, safety and physical characteristics all have an impact on their behavioral development.
Find mental health resources to support infants, babies and young children through mental health challenges and guide them to appropriate interventions.
If you are concerned about the mental health of a young child in Stark County, don’t hesitate to call the crisis hotline right away.
Mobile behavioral health services are available 24/7 for babies and new parents directly in their homes and in various other community settings.