Family Home Visiting151 Results
Family home visiting (FHV) is a voluntary program for families who are pregnant or who have very young children. Trained home visitors meet individually with families in their community to provide social, emotional, health-related, and parenting support and information, and to link them to other helpful resources. Some examples of services a family may receive are prenatal care and referrals, help creating a safe and healthy environment, and referrals to early childhood programs in the community. Many Early Childhood Family Education programs offer family home visiting services (see program information above).
- Early Childhood Family Education
- Early Childhood Screening
- Family Home Visiting
- Follow Along Program
- Head Start Programs
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