"It is exciting to see the teachers actually learn how to plan for social emotional development. They really understand now, that when children are having trouble with their behavior, there is something more going on inside."

--Kelly Bigham, Director  
U.C. Early Learning Center


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The Programs of The Consortium for Resilient Young Children

Promoting Resilient Young Children

This United Way funded program is a collaboration of mental health and early care and education specialists who provide services to early childhood centers through consultation, coaching and training to promote the social and emotional well being of children before they enter kindergarten. [2012 Program Summary]

Strengthening Families

The Hamilton County Family and Children First Council (FCFC) is charged by the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund, with funding activities that work to prevent child abuse and neglect. After considerable research, FCFC determined that Strengthening Families is a strategy that shows great promise. FCFC also determined that the Cincinnati neighborhood of Westwood (45211), being a very large and highly diverse community, is to be the target region for these services. [2012 Program Summary]

Resilient Children Project

The Resilient Children Project is funded by the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Social Innovation Fund.  The Resilient Children Project expands early childhood mental health consultation services offered by CRYC’s Promoting Resilient Children program in Cincinnati and North Key’s Covington Resilience Project in Covington and Newport.  The overarching goal of the project is to increase the number of children socially and emotionally prepared for kindergarten. [2012 Program Summary]