Home Visiting Fact Sheet: Meeting Families Where They Are
This ZERO TO THREE fact sheet highlights key data about home visiting and the MIECHV program.
The MIECHV program is successful because it combines flexibility with accountability. At least 75 percent of MIECHV funding must go to program models that have been rigorously tested and proven to make a positive difference in the health and well-being of families and communities. States may use up to 25 percent of MIECHV funding for “promising approaches” that are also rigorously evaluated. Download the fact sheet to learn more!
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The Maternal and Infant Home Visiting Program Evaluation (MIHOPE) is the legislatively mandated evaluation of the MIECHV program that is using a randomized, controlled design to determine the impact …
These ZERO TO THREE presentation slides from the 2014 National Summit on Home Visiting provide a framework and strategies for creating a comprehensive early childhood system.