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Lucy Daniels In-Home Therapy

SecurePath

Early intervention therapy for children birth through
five years old in their home or pre-school setting

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SecurePath
In-HomeTherapy Services

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 addressing behavioral concerns and strengthening the parent-child relationship. Early intervention services can also be a valuable resource in helping pre-school children to become Kindergarten-ready.

SecurePath Clinicians Can Help With:

  • 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
  • Preparing pre-school children to enter Kingergarten ready to learn!

No Cost to Families

SecurePath therapy services are provided at no cost to families through the generous support of Wake County Smart Start.

Services are provided in English and Spanish.

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    Getting Started

    Before requesting a referral, please note that the Secure Path program is:

    • An early intervention mental health program serving caregivers and their children ages birth-five who are having emotional and/or behavioral issues at home or outside the home
    • An in-home service (COVID-19 restrictions may require some services to be provided virtually)
    • For children who live in Wake County
    • Eligibility based on household income, insurance status or other “greatest need” measures.
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    Request a Referral

    It’s easy for caregivers and providers to fill out a referral form online. Choose your language to get started!

    If you need assistance with our electronic form, have questions, or would like to submit a referral by phone or email, we’d love to help!

    Providers can complete a referral through Wake Connections.

    Our Partners and Sponsors

    Lucy Daniels Center is proud to partner and collaborate with our trusted partners to provide vital mental health services to children and families in our community.

    Psychoanalytic Center of the Carolinas