The MIECHV Program: Smart Investments Build Strong Systems for Young Children
This ZERO TO THREE paper highlights the MIECHV program’s role in enhancing state efforts to build high-quality, comprehensive statewide early childhood systems.
In 2010, Congress established the MIECHV program to provide federal funds to states and tribal entities to support voluntary, evidence-based, home visiting services to at-risk families. One of the less well-known values of the MIECHV program is its role in enhancing and helping intensify state efforts to create strong systems of services that use public resources efficiently and meet families’ needs more effectively. These systems provide a broader setting for the evidence-based, home visiting approaches at the heart of the federal program.
Download this report to learn more about how the MIECHV program supports collaborative planning and systems building, early identification and screening resources, quality improvement, and professional development.
Comments of Patricia A. Cole, Director of Government Relations, and Claire Lerner, LCSW, Senior Parenting Strategist Submitted to the Interagency Policy Board on Early Learning July 22, 2015.
This webinar and policy brief, created by ZERO TO THREE and Manatt Health, highlight what states can and should be doing to advance infant and early childhood mental health.
The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Program provides federal funds for states and Tribal entities to support voluntary, evidence-based home visiting services during preg…