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Early Childhood Services

Centerstone offers a collection of grant-funded services designed specifically for pregnant women, families with young children and anyone thinking about getting pregnant. These services are delivered primarily in the home by dedicated professionals with the goal of strengthening families physically, mentally and emotionally.

The following specialized services are available through Centerstone Early Childhood Services:

  • Parent Coaching (Growing Great Kids)
    ˚ Learn activities that boost baby’s brain development and strengthen the child/parent relationship to help children succeed in school and improve social skills
  • Tobacco Free Program
    ˚ Support for prenatal moms to stop smoking and earn free diapers
  • Postpartum Depression Therapy
    ˚ “Baby Blues” screening and therapy for mom and family
  • Stress Management
    ˚ Receive support plus activities for healthy coping in times of stress
  • Integrated Health and Wellness
    ˚ Get help managing your family’s physical and mental health needs
  • Fatherhood Engagement – Dads Matter!™
    ˚ Dads learn how to build stronger connections with their child(ren)
  • Regional Intervention Program
    ˚ Structured program for children ages 1 to 5 and their parents; available in Maury and Montgomery County
  • Education, Linkage and Support
    ˚ Family and health education
    ˚ Breastfeeding support
    ˚ Developmental screenings
    ˚ Insurance application assistance
    ˚ Parent support groups
    ˚ Linkage to addiction-related services
    ˚ Infant Massage training
    ˚ Car seat safety checks
    ˚ Connecting with community resources

In Indiana:

View our Healthy Start flyer.

Make an online referral for our Healthy Start services – or call us at (765) 983-8101.

In Tennessee:

View our Early Childhood Services brochure.

Make an online referral for our in-home Early Childhood Services – or call us at (931) 490-1580.

Learn more about our Regional Intervention Program.

KidCentral TN – an educational resource for families, from the State of Tennessee.

 


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