Social-Emotional Health System is Accessible and High-Quality
North Carolina’s infant and early childhood health system provides children with access to high-quality, racially diverse pediatric, primary care and mental health clinicians and linked services that support children’s social-emotional health and development.
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North Carolina has a well-trained and adequate workforce of infant and early childhood mental health clinicians with a focus on increasing the number of providers of color.
Professionals who interact with and serve young children in North Carolina’s child and family systems have a strong foundation in infant and early childhood mental health competencies.
Infuse Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Competencies in Provider Education & Professional DevelopmentView Initiatives
Increase Professional Development in Mental Health Treatment for Pediatricians and Family PhysiciansView Initiatives
North Carolina’s children have access to high-quality mental health services that meet their needs.