Lucy Daniels School
Our nurturing, supportive, therapeutic school environment serves children preschool-3rd grade
Programs & Resources
Our programs (SecurePath, Family Guidance Service and LDC 4 Early Success) help children, caregivers, teachers and parents.
Children’s Mental Health at LDC
Children’s mental health is our priority at the Lucy Daniels Center, where we help children with emotional, mental and social challenges succeed through in-depth evaluation and treatment, family involvement and education. Founded more than 25 years ago, we are the largest provider in the Triangle, N.C. of mental health services for children from birth to age 12, the time of life when the most effective interventions are possible. Our multi-disciplinary team, which includes recognized experts in mental health and education, works together with families to provide a uniquely comprehensive approach, delivering individualized treatment to each child.
Our services include:
SecurePath is a comprehensive mental health service for young children in Wake County provided at the child’s home or preschool. … Read More
Family Guidance Service
The Family Guidance Service offers evaluations and outpatient mental health services for children through the age of 11 and their families. … Read More
LDC 4 Early Success
Lucy’s Book Club (LBC) supports early literacy skills while promoting imaginative play, creative thinking, problem-solving, and self-regulation skills.… Read More
The grant from Wake County SmartStart will help support SecurePath, a program that serves children and families who are uninsured or who receive Medicaid. This therapy program is provided in English and Spanish. " What wonderful and welcome news," says Executive and...read more
Held at Beginning & Beyond Child Development Center (part of NC State's Natural Learning Initiative), The Kaleidoscope Project (funded by John Rex Endowment), is "bringing together voices and experiences that represent a wide range of Wake County’s child-focused...read more
The Lucy Daniels Center is one of three area nonprofits to receive a grant for capacity building in the most recent John Rex Endowment grant cycle. Nonprofit capacity building grants typically focus on strategic planning, process improvements, development or...read more