Proactive Intervention Program (PIP)
The Proactive Intervention Program offers ideas, strategies, and support to parents, caregivers, and teachers of children under age five with challenging behaviors.
How does PIP work?
Concerns are discussed with staff and an observation is scheduled; this may take place at preschool or in the family home. Professionally trained staff assess challenging behaviors and develop a plan. Together, families, teachers, and PIP staff help children develop the skills needed to be successful at school and at home.
Who is eligible?
PIP services are for children under age five who show challenging behaviors. Families who live in or attend preschool in the Anoka-Hennepin School District are eligible to participate.
How much does PIP cost?
The service is offered at no cost through Anoka-Hennepin Schools Early Learning Programs.