Behavioral Health Network, Inc. (“BHN”) is providing notice of a recent incident that may affect the security of information for current and former individuals served by BHN. The confidentiality, privacy, and security of information in BHN’s care is one of its highest priorities and BHN takes this incident very seriously. To date, BHN has not received any reports of actual or attempted misuse of your information.
As MA continues to be impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19) the health and safety of Behavioral Health Network (BHN) employees and individuals served remains our top priority. As a healthcare provider we are taking all steps necessary to ensure our essential services continue to be available to those who need them.
To contribute to community health and safety, BHN has adopted social distance recommendations provided by public health officials. Where feasible, staff will work remotely and individuals will be served via remote technologies. In addition, BHN has increased its worksite disinfection protocols to reduce exposure to the virus.
BHN’s Early Development Center promotes the overall development and wellbeing of children under 3 years old. The center offers playgroups, both for those enrolled in BHN’s Early Intervention program and for children in the community. The center also offers weekly support groups for parents.
BHN’s Early Development Center offers:
A safe play area with lots of fun activities for motor skill development
Sensory equipment including a sensory swing and a sensory table
Arts and crafts activities
Music and movement groups
Sensory/motor groups facilitated by a Licensed Occupational Therapist/Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Preschool readiness groups that improve children’s social and emotional development
Weekly parent support groups
Skilled Early Intervention therapists plan and oversee all playgroups. Groups are offered weekly.
The Early Intervention Program at Behavioral Health Network serves children between the ages of birth and three years of age for whom there are developmental concerns due to identified disabilities, or whose typical development is at risk due to certain birth or environmental factors. Services are provided in the family home and are certified by the Department of Public Health.
This program is for:
Parents who have concerns about their baby’s development; soothing; bonding; nursing/feeding; sleeping; sibling jealousy; or are feeling depressed, tired or isolated
Families living in the communities of Springfield, Wilbraham, Hampden, East Longmeadow and Longmeadow
Children birth to age 3
Services are available to all families regardless of insurance coverage.
A service that provides support and guidance to childcare programs, teachers, and families to address the needs of children with challenging behaviors, mental health disorders, developmental delays, and/or those at risk of suspension or expulsion.