The Early Childhood Mental Health Network is made up of the following professionals and agencies who provide mental health services of some type to children and their families in the lower Grafton County area of New Hampshire.
Please check their websites for a full description and explanation of their services.
Mascoma Valley Regional School District
ECMHN Participant: Bonnie McCouch Preschool Coordinator
Phone # (s): 603-632-5563 ext 3010
Services: Mascoma Valley Regional School District has a preschool embedded into the elementary schools. It offers an integrated classroom experience with a combination of non disabled students and students with disabilities, taught by a certified Early Childhood teacher. It runs five mornings a week and has a EC team consisting of multiple SLPs, an OT, a COTA, a PT, a Behavior Analyst, a Preschool Special Educator and a team of Paraprofessionals.
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MASCOMA VALLEY REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT PRESCHOOLS
Canaan Elementary School and Enfield Village School
Enrollment Openings for 3 year olds
Tuition Rate Change
The Early Childhood Programs are open to three-year-old children.
Tuition for the two-day program (Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00-11:00 a.m.):$80 per month – full tuition, registration fee is $30Reduced and free tuition will be based on the Federal Eligibility Income Chart for School Year 2013-2014. You must present a current paycheck stub for consideration of free or reduced rates.
$16 per month – reduced tuition, registration fee is $6
$ 0 per month – free tuition, no registration fee
For enrollment information, please contact Danielle Pushee at 632-5563, ext. 3007.
Miriam Voran, Ph.D., Psychologist
ECMHN Participant: Miriam Voran
Email: : Miriam.email@example.com
Phone # (s): 603-298-6365, 802-223-2134
Services: Psychotherapeutic help to strengthen child-parent relationships and promote children’s growth. I offer autism assessment; parent consultations; and psychotherapy for infants and their parents, children, families, and adults.
Good Beginnings of the Upper Valley
ECMHN Participant: Karen Morton Executive Director
Phone # (s): 603-298-9524; toll free: 866-398-8703
Services: Good Beginnings provides volunteer, in home support to ANY family with a new baby. This support includes weekly home visits by a trained volunteer who will offer practical assistance, education, and emotional support, as needed.
Child Care Project at Dartmouth College
ECMHN Participant: Chris Pressey-Murray Coordinator
Phone # (s): (603) 646-3233, (800) 323-5446
Services: The Child Care Project is a resource and referral agency serving the child care needs of families and early childhood and school age professionals in Orange and northern Windsor Counties in Vermont, as well as northern Sullivan and southwestern Grafton Counties in New Hampshire.
Special Needs Support Center
ECMHN Participant: Philip Eller Executive Director
Phone: 1-603-448-6311 800-698-5465 (NH and VT)
Services: SNSC offer 16 programs for children and adults with any kind of special need, and their families/parents.
DHMC Child Development Program
Website: . http://chad.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/child_dev/child_development_team.html
ECMHN Participants:Phone: 603-653-6060
- Stephen Mott, MD, Director
- Nina Sand-Loud, MD,
- Carin Walker
- Susan Pullen
Services: The Interdisciplinary Child Development Program at CHaD (IDCP) provides diagnostic evaluations for young children with developmental and behavioral concerns.
Pediatric specialists observe, test, and counsel families regarding the developmental/behavioral status of their child after extensive review of early intervention/school reports, family questionnaires, and examination of the child.
In addition the staff advises, coordinates, and educates families, primary care providers, educators, and therapists about the diagnoses and management of children and youth within their community setting. The family receives a comprehensive care plan which may include medical, developmental, educational, and/or psychological evaluations with specific suggestions on how to implement the care plan.
West Central Behavioral Health
ECMHN Participant: Erika Mulhearn Asst. Director, Children’s Programs
PathWays of the River Valley
Website: : www.PathWaysNH.org
ECMHN Participant: Heather Hicks Coordinator , Early Supports & Services
Services: PathWays provides a full range of services to people with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries in southern Grafton County and all of Sullivan County – Especially the ESS program, Early Supports and Services to children birth to three years of age.
Lebanon School District
ECMHN Participant: Ann Richardson Coordinator, Preschool Program
Services: The Preschool program provides special education services for children 3 years of age until Kindergarten in the Lebanon School District who qualify.
Hanover Norwich Schools
ECMHN Participant: Katie Roach Coordinator, Preschool Program
Phone: 603-643-6655 X 257
Services: The Preschool program provides special education services for children 3 years of age until Kindergarten in the Dresden School District who qualify.
Dr. Douglas Williamson, MD Pediatrician
ECMHN Participant: Doug Williamson, MD
Services: Dr. Williamson provides a full range of pediatric services at the Mesropian Center Mesropian Center "for Community Health at the Alice Peck Day Hospital."
The Family Place
ECMHN Participant: Tonya McMurray
Services: The Family Place offers comprehensive resources and information for parents of children ages birth to six. Home visits, Early Intervention Services, Parent Support, Parent Education, Child Advocacy Center, Playgroups, Information and Referrals, Lending Library – A Vermont Family Resource Center
The Early Childhood Mental Health Network of the Upper Valley website address is www.ecmhn.org
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call us at 603-448-6311.
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