Infant Mental Health


Rose of Durham began implementing a programming stream in January of 2013 that was founded in theories that support Infant Mental Health.

What is Infant Mental Health?

Infant mental health is the social, emotional, and cognitive well-being of infants and young children. Infant mental health practice refers to the promotion of optimal development and well-being in infants (prenatal to age three) and their families, the prevention of difficulties, and intervention when infants are at-risk or have identified problems

Part of our work in this area has also involved joining The Ontario Association of Child, Youth and Young Parent Centres (OntChild/YPRO) whose goal is to Build Resiliency Through Collaboration.

We are an association of Child, Youth and Young Parent Centres working together to provide a comprehensive system of early intervention, prevention and treatment services meeting the needs of children, youth and young families across Ontario.

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Today’s Quote

If our way of life fails the child, it fails us all.

— Pearl S. Buck


Contact Us

Oshawa - Main Branch
200 Bond St. W., Oshawa, ON, L1J 2L7
Phone: 905-432-3622
Fax: 905-432-3974
Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am-4:30pm

Ajax, Pickering, North Durham
Phone: 289-385-1160

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