Early Intervention Program
Early Childhood Intervention Programs
House of Neighborly Service's Early Intervention Programs (EIP) includes early childhood education through Kid's Place Child Development and Treatment Center, home-based parenting education; Respite Program; Cognitive Behavioral Exercise (CBE), mental health, developmental and speech-language evaluations. The goal is to prevent and reduce child abuse and neglect.
The goals of the CBE Program are to help parents of children under the age of five living in low-income, high-risk, Hispanic families be "Good Enough" parents and help the children develop the coping skills necessary to be resilient when faced with high levels of stress otherwise known as "toxic stress".
HNS works in collaboration with Harry Jersig Speech-Language-Hearing Center from Our Lady of the Lake University, through a Memorandum of Understanding, to provide language screenings as well as formal speech/language evaluations for our children in Kid's Place.
House of Neighborly Service offers childcare to families with children between 18 months up to 5 years of age. Scholarship assistance is available to low-income families.
Kid's Place is equipped to provide therapeutic care for children with special needs including; Autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioral problems.
Kid's Place is a "Three Star" approved Child Care Service (CCS) "Quality Care Provider".