Behavior Help Online

An electronic behavior help tool for The Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education.

The Department of Human Services/Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education (DCCECE) supports the BehaviorHelp program, which is available to assist child care program staff with concerns about the emotional well-being or behavior of an enrolled child.  To access technical assistance or support from an early childhood mental health consultant through BehaviorHelp, child care staff, parents, caseworkers, or others can submit a brief online request form using the “Submit a Request” button below.  After you submit a request, a staff member from the DCCECE will contact you to learn more about your concerns and will assign a BehaviorHelp team member to assist you.

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Research-Based Behavioral Intervention

There are research proven ways to prevent suspension and explusion.
  • Train teachers to support social-emotional development.
  • Access early childhood mental health consultation.
  • Develop strong relationships with families.
Behavior Help can do just that!

Centers say that BehaviorHelp gets to them fast (93%), respects teacher knowledge and opinions (91%), and helps them better manage behavior concerns in their classroom (81%).

“I would describe my partnership with the BehaviorHelp team as rewarding and educational. My coach helped me with ideas for the classroom, ways to communicate with my parents, and she showed me some techniques I use personally. I would recommend the BehaviorHelp team to any of my colleagues.”—BehaviorHelp participant