NEST is a parent education program with prenatal incentives designed to promote healthier mothers and babies. How you can get involved: See a health care provider, as soon as you think you are pregnant Take care of yourself and your unborn child Attend classes to learn more about pregnancy and infant care, and meet other […]
Information about upcoming training sessions will be posted here when available. We periodically offer the following training sessions: Youth Mental Health Training Adult Mental Health First Aid Training For more information, contact our Special Projects Coordinator.
Quality Child Care is a program that helps child care providers become registered, participate in the Quality Rating System (QRS), or increase their QRS rating.
Our Special Projects Coordinator, Terry Hanson, is the central contact person for families with children who have mental healthcare needs. He is here to help link youth and families to the right mental health providers and services in Scott County.