Early Childhood System of Care
Early Childhood System of Care is defined as “A coordinated network of comprehensive services and supports that meet the overall health and developmental needs of young children in the context of their culture."-Georgetown University. At PSU’s System of Care Institute, we recognize the critical multi-disciplinary nature of supporting families and young children, and seek to foster the coordination and collaboration of all child and family-serving systems throughout all of our projects. We ground our approach in the beliefs that all families are best served in the communities in which they live, in a culturally and linguistically competent manner, and in partnership with them. Our goal is that our projects will span the range from promotion, to prevention, to early intervention.
Early Childhood Projects
- LAUNCH Grant
- Early Childhood PBIS
- Maternal Infant Early Childhood Home Visiting Grant
- Mind in the Making
- Incredible Years
- Cradle to Career: Ready for Kindergarten Collaborative
- Past projects: Wraparound Oregon & Early Childhood Capacity
Early Childhood Staff
- Early Childhood Comprehensive System: ECComprehensiveSystem.pdf
- System Framework for Early Childhood Mental Health: System Framework.pdf
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