Mental Health

SETA Head Start builds collaborative relationships among children, families, staff, mental health professionals, and the community in order to enhance awareness and understanding of mental wellness. Mental health information and services can increase the resilience capacity of all children and families.

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Our mission is to assist children, families and staff in order to promote resiliency through healthy emotional growth in all aspects of their lives.

SETA Head Start mental health support staff consists of a part-time Consultant Psychologist, a Mental Health Coordinator, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and four Social Services Specialists, providing a variety of services that include crisis intervention, counseling, parenting workshops, personal growth workshops, children’s groups, assessment and early intervention, case management and community advocacy.