Programmatic Assistance for Tribal Home Visiting (PATH)
PATH supports Tribal Home Visiting (THV) grantees in enhancing program delivery and increasing their capacity.
PATH supports Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) grantees by increasing their capacity to implement high quality home visiting programs with tribal communities and develop integrated early childhood systems serving American Indian and Alaska Native families.
Technical assistance to THV grantees is delivered through a relationship-based approach aimed at meeting grantees wherever they are in program development and supporting them in addressing challenges, improving performance, and enhancing their home visiting program delivery. The development of relationships with grantees and all partners across the landscape of THV work is foundational. PATH believes that the most effective technical assistance is grantee-driven, meaning directed by grantee motivation and capacity. The PATH team supports grantees through a variety of technical assistance activities, including virtual and in-person individualized learning, facilitating peer sharing and group learning events, and developing tools and resources to support grantee efforts.
The PATH project is funded through the Administration for Children and Families.
Learn more about Tribal Home Visiting grantees and their communities.