Develop a coordinated system to screen and assess mental health needs for children birth to age 5.
Goal 3 outlines the actions necessary to develop a coordinated system to identify children's early mental health needs.
Develop and implement evidence-based mental health treatment and intervention for children birth to age 5.
Goal 4 addresses the need for evidence-based mental health treatments for children and their families in every community.
Build a training infrastructure for infant mental health in Florida including Level 1 front-line caregivers, Level 2 early interventionists, and Level 3 infant mental health therapists.
Goal 5 outlines necessary actions to build a training infrastructure for infant mental health for all three levels.
Promote adequate funding for training and mental health services for children birth to age 5 and their families.
Goal 6 examines the options for funding infant mental health training and services.
Develop social marketing campaigns to raise the public awareness of the mental health needs of children birth to age 5 and the consequences of poor social-emotional development.
Goal 7 includes the steps required to raise public awareness of the early mental health needs of young children.
Develop public policies that support prevention and treatment of mental health disorders for children birth to age 5.
Goal 8 addresses the public policy changes needed to support infant mental health services.
Develop a system to prevent children birth to age 5 from developing emotional and behavioral disorders.
Goal 1 suggests ways that emotional well-being for all children could be strengthened.
Improve and expand mental health services for children under age 5 with risks, delays or disabilities.
Goal 2 addresses Level 2 implementation through the improvement and expansion of mental health services for children with risks, delays or disabilities.