Home-Based 0-3

(also known as Infant Mental Health) 

Infant Mental Health is available to families of children 0-47 months who face challenges related to parent-child relationships, trauma, developmental concerns, parenting skills, mental health and other obstacles. The program uses evidence-based strategies to evaluate parent-child interaction, family strengths and challenges. It provides families with support and resources to strengthen parenting and address family needs.

Parents who may find Infant Mental Health helpful are:

  • Those with difficulties in postpartum adjustment, feelings of depression or feeling overwhelmed
  • Those whose families experience stressful transitions or traumatic events
  • Those with challenging infants
  • Those whose infants have developmental concerns or medical illness

Who may refer to Infant Mental Health:

  • Pediatricians and nurses
  • Mental health professionals
  • LifeWays
  • Healthy Beginnings/Health Department/WIC
  • Early Headstart
  • Department of Health and Human Services
  • Hospital
  • Intermediate school district and local school district

For more information or to make a referral, please contact:

Highfields – Jackson Office
1206 Clinton Rd.
Jackson, MI 49202
(517) 783-4250



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