Comprehensive Mental Health Service
Mental health assessments and interventions for young children are sometimes best provided in the child’s home or school setting. SecurePath is a comprehensive mental health service for young children in Wake County provided at the child’s home or preschool. Our staff offers mental health assessments, interventions, and therapy for children ages birth to five and their parents who need help with their child’s social, emotional, or developmental challenges. Clinicians focus on parent-child relationship and strong attachment. Services are provided in English and Spanish.
The program serves children and families who are uninsured or who receive Medicaid. If you have questions or would like to arrange an appointment with a SecurePath clinician, please call (919) 459-1635 or complete our request for consultation form and submit as directed.
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Examples of concerns where we offer help:
- Behavior and discipline challenges
- Impulsivity, inattention, and aggression
- Fears, anxieties, and behavior rituals
- Mood problems
- Social isolation and peer conflicts
- Reactions to trauma and loss
- Complications of adoption
- Arrangements and reactions to divorce
- Parenting questions, including sleep and toilet training issues
SecurePath was a lifesaver for us. The in-home counseling helped my son and helped us to be better parents. We learned how to work with our child with different needs. Now our home environment is calmer and we, as parents, are calmer.
— Parents of a 4-year-old boy
SecurePath is funded by Wake County Smart Start.