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We believe that it takes a village to    raise a child. Our services are offered    in partnership with public agencies, school districts, and community based organizations.  
Our collective goals are to: 

Preschool 0-5

  • Help reduce young children’s challenging behaviors, while  increasing emotional control.  

  • Reduce the stigma associated with receiving mental health services. 

  • Reduce or eliminate geographical isolation and transportation barriers  to services.   

  • Connect with families with children hat might not otherwise qualify for traditional mental health services.  

About Preschool 0-5 Programs 

Preschool 0-5 Programs includes: 

  • SET-4-School  
  • Prevention & Early Intervention  Mobile Services 
  • Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health is committed to providing a continuum of early identification, intervention, and treatment services.
    Our services are designed to:  
  • Offer young children the opportunity to develop skills and abilities that will prepare them for school and life. 
  • Promote social competence and decrease the development of disruptive behavior disorders among children through the age of 6.  

Supports & Services 

Any parent, teacher, doctor, or other concerned person may make a referral to our program if there is a concern about a child’s social, emotional, and behavioral well-being.    

If you have concerns about a child: emotional Child

  • Being too quiet or withdrawn 
  • Being inattentive or distractible 
  • Being overly active  or overexcited 
  • Throwing excessive tantrums 
  • Not getting along with others 
  • Hurting others or animals 
  • Sleeping too little or too much 
  •  Experiencing eating problems 
  • Having social or behavioral problems at school

Preschool 0-5 Programs can help! 

Highly trained staff over a rangeof services including:

  • Offering Tip Sheets  
  • Child Social Skills Groups 
  • Parenting Support 
  • Parenting Classes 
  • Classroom Support  
  • Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
  • Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral  Therapy (TF-CBT) 
  • Referrals to community resources 

Social Emotional Development 

Early childhood is a period of significant social and emotional growth. Emotional development and prosocial skills are essential for school readiness. In fact, healthy social emotional development is a predictor of later academic, social, and emotional success.  

Key areas of development include:  It's Ok To Ask

  • Cooperation
  • Self-control
  • Paying attention
  • Emotional regulation
  • Curiosity
  • Communication
  • Confidence
  • Relating to others
  • A few things caregivers can do:
  • Play with your child
  • Read and sing with your child  
  • Model positive behavior
  • Say please and thank you
  • Praise your child 
  • Ask about your child's feelings
  • Listen when your child talk


SET – 4 – School Services

Set 4 School Services


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