Outcome: Norwalk children and young people cultivate the social emotional skills needed for them to shape their own lives and are engaged in supportive relationships with their family, peers, school, and greater community

The work of the Social Emotional Health (SEH) Initiative is to organize and provide resources to develop the social emotional skills essential for lifelong success of Norwalk’s children and families. As a team of service providers, practitioners, parents, students and leaders from the district and community-based organizations, we strive to create a continuum of enrichment and intervention services, cradle to career. Our goal is to create a coordinated system of support with alignment between community- and school-based programs/services in order to maximize available resources.