K-3 Early Intervention Program

Mission
The mission of the K-3 Early Intervention Program is to establish a collaborative partnership between schools and family service agencies to serve children and their families. This is accomplished through a variety of services which enable the children to achieve academic and social success.
 
What Is The K-3 Program?
In fulfilling Governor Carper's commitment to improve the school environment for children, the K-3 Program was developed. This innovative program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DSCYF), Division of Family Services, the Department of Education (DOE), and participating public school districts. Participation in the program is for children attending kindergarten through third grade and their families. The K-3 Early Intervention Program addresses issues within the home that affect performance in the classroom. The goal is to enable families to support the social and academic growth and the healthy development of children so they may attain positive outcomes in school.

Services that are provided through the K-3 Early Intervention Program are:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Play Therapy
  • Child/Parent Support Groups
  • Collaboration with the School and Outside Agencies
  • Social Skills Workshops for Children
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Discipline Alternatives
  • Location of Resources (as needed)
Who Is Eligible To Participate In The Program?
- The child must attend kindergarten through third grade in one of the participating schools.
- The child must be recommended by school personnel. Each school has a team of professionals who review recommendations.
- The K-3 Program can serve a limited number of children and their families. Priority for selection is given to children exhibiting the greatest need.
 
Who Are The Service Providers?
Family Crisis Therapists, who work for the Division of Family Services, are located in the schools to provide the services of the K-3 Program.

New Castle County

Brandywine School District

  • Brandywood
  • Darley Road
  • Forwood
  • Maple Lane
  • Mt. Pleasant

Christina School District

  • Bayard
  • Brookside

Colonial School District

  • Carrie Downie
  • Castle Hills
  • Delaware City
  • Eisenberg
  • Pleasantville
  • Wilmington Manor

Red Clay Consolidated School District

  • Austin D. Baltz
  • William C. Lewis
  • Richardson Park
  • Shortlidge
  • Warner

East Side Charter School

Kent County

Lake Forest School District

  • Lake Forest East
  • Lake Forest North
  • Lake Forest South

Capital School District

  • East Dover
  • North Dover
  • South Dover
  • Towne Point

Woodbridge School District

  • Early Childhood Ed'n Center
  • Woodbridge Elementary

Sussex County

Cape Henlopen School District

  • H.O.Brittingham

Indian River School District

  • East Millsboro
  • Frankford
  • Georgetown
  • Phillip C. Showell

Laurel School District

  • P.L. Dunbar
  • North Laurel

Milford School District

  • Benjamin Banneker
  • Evelyn Morris ECC
  • Lulu Ross

Seaford School District

  • Seaford Central
  • West Seaford

DSCYF K-3 Program Contact Information

Mailing Address: 1825 Faulkland Rd, Wilmington, DE 19805
Telephone: 302/633-2650 (DSCYF Family Services)
Email: fs.dscyf@state.de.us

Last Updated: Wednesday, 14-Jul-2010 10:07:29 EDT
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