Family Connects is the early childhood and family services program at North Range Behavioral Health. There are multiple prevention and intervention teams that work with families prenatally through age 7 years to promote responsive relationships between children and adult caregivers, strengthen social and emotional competence in young children and increase protective factors and resilience in families. The teams promote the wellness of young children and their families by addressing the physical, emotional, social, cognitive, and behavioral aspects of development. Integrated behavioral health and primary care approaches, as well as work within education, human services, childcare, and other settings are utilized. Services include parent-child therapies, developmental screens, consultation, care coordination and psycho-education. Staff provide services in a variety of settings including: home, child care settings, preschools, residential treatment programs, integrated health clinics and in the office. The teams all use a trauma-informed lens as well as a two-generation approach to provide supports and services. Family Connects is a program that seeks to mitigate Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and reduce the toxic stress for infants and young children.