• What is infant mental health consultation? Click here for information provided by the National Resource Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention.
  • Click here to see SAMHSA, HRSA and ACF staff, along with experts in the field of IECMHC, describe the importance of  IECMHC and why now is the best time to promote best practices in IECMHC in order to enact real change on a national level. Explore other resources about IECMHC at http://www.samhsa.gov/iecmhc.
  • Who provides infant mental health consultation? Click here to learn more about the Illinois Association for Infant Mental Health (ILAIMH), which is a membership organization of diverse professionals working with infants, toddlers and their families. Members come from the fields of education, social work, psychology, medicine, academia, public policy, child development, physical and occupational therapy, and other allied disciplines. Though developed as a clinical specialty, infant mental health practice is infused into every setting where practitioners work with or on behalf of very young children and their families.
  • What resources are applicable to home visitors? Click here for a resource for home visitors prepared by the Illinois Children’s Mental Health Partnership: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation to Home Visiting Programs: Addressing the Unmet Mental Health Needs of Families with Young Children.

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