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It’s not unusual for parents to be worried about their children’s behavior, and many parents need help with their own thoughts and feelings. Click on the links below for some local resources that may help.

2-1-1 Child Development Infoline (CDI): 1-800-505-7000

  • Free and confidential
  • Information about development, behavior management strategies, and programs
  • Referrals to services
  • Advocacy and follow-up as needed
  • Help with concerns about general child development, challenging behaviors, disability, health related issues, and more

Clifford Beers

  • Mental health services and advocacy for children and families
  • Diagnostic assessments
  • Psychiatric evaluations
  • Psychological testing
  • Psychopharmacological services
  • Individual, group, and family therapies
  • In-home interventions
  • Case management
  • Specialized parent training and counseling

Yale Child Study 

  • Serves families and children from infancy to age 18
  • Provides treatment intervention
  • Focuses on the importance of family involvement in treatment interventions
  • Uses research data to improve and refine approaches to child and adolescent mental health services

Integrated Wellness Group

  • Supports children, adolescents, and adults with various mental health needs
  • Individualized care
  • Family planning & pregnancy resources