NOW HIRING!

Individuals eligible for training as a Behavioral Health Professional (BHP), Educational Technicians, or Targeted Case Manager at all sites & locations. Qualifications ranging from high school diploma to bachelor’s level.

Building a Brighter Future

One Small Step
at a Time

The Children's Center's vision is a world where communities, families and caregivers join together to create nurturing environments in which all children are embraced as unique and valued individuals.

Birth to
Kindergarten

We know that important cognitive development occurs in the pre-kindergarten years and lays the foundation for the future. We know that addressing concerns as early as possible and providing right services and supports can greatly impact your child later in life.

Highly Qualified Professionals

We offer highly trained staff working with your child, which includes a team of behavioral health professionals, educational technicians, special educators, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, licensed clinical social workers, and board certified behavioral analysts.

Specialized Programs in One Location

We provide a variety of services and support out of one location, so you don’t have to travel around to receive help. Your child can access our autism or behavior support program, special education, pediatric therapies, and family support services all at one of our four locations.

Our Success Stories

We meet the needs of all children by offering quality programs that encourage individual growth, provide support for their families, and promote inclusion of all children in the community.

Our Success Stories

Early Intervention

We offer early intervention programs to young children ages birth through five with disabilities, including inclusive early education, pediatric therapies, and specialized programs for children with autism or mental health diagnoses.

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Family Support

We also provide family support programs, such as case management, community-based programming for children with autism, and caregiver education and support groups in order to better support the child.

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