Crisis Hotline

1 (800) 633-5686

Services are provided in the home or community settings and help children learn basic skills as part of their family’s daily routines.

  • Service Coordination to ensure access to all programs and community resources that are needed to help a family to reach their goals for themselves and their child
  • Screening and assessments to identify the child’s strengths and needs and family concerns
  • Individualized family service plans to address the family’s strengths and needs
  • Family support and education to help the child develop through daily routines and activities
  • Home visitation and other community settings where the child spends time (such as child care facilities, play groups and Mothers’ Day Out programs)
  • Activities to help social and emotional development including behavior
  • Materials or equipment to help the child participate in daily routines and activities
  • Physical, occupational, speech and language therapy and activities related to motor and language development
  • Specialized Skills Training by an Early Intervention Specialist
  • Transition Services to assist the family and child to move on to school or other services at age 3
  • Healthcare support to include vision, hearing and nutritional screenings or services
  • Social work and counseling services to address child/parent
  • Family events and parent education programs
  • Access to identified support groups or community resources
  • Lending library – books and toys

Services are available for children age 3 and older through other Texana Center services or through your local school district.

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