Home Programs

Programs

AHVN includes representatives from home visiting programs and stakeholders throughout the state, some of which, but not all, are funded through the federal Maternal Infant Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) grant.

Membership in the network is open to any program representatives offering home visiting services to families from the time the mother is pregnant until children enter kindergarten, or representatives from stakeholder organizations that provide support to home visiting services.


 
Following Baby Back Home
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Healthy Families America
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HIPPY Arkansas
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Parents as Teachers
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Nurse Family Partnership

The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is designed for first-time, low-income mothers and their children. It includes one-on-one home visits by a trained public health registered nurse to participating clients.
 

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Early Head Start

The Head Start Home-Based Program Option utilizes the Early Head Start (EHS)/Head Start Parent-Focused Approach to provide high quality, flexible, and culturally competent child development and parent support services to families in their home. These services have an emphasis on the role of the parent as the child’s most important relationship.
 

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SafeCare Arkansas

SafeCare Arkansas is a health and well-being program for maltreated children that has been developed through Arkansas Children’s Home Visiting Network in partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS). The purpose of SafeCare Arkansas is to improve risk and safety assessment and management as well as increase services in order to protect children in their homes and prevent their entry into foster care.
 

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eBook

Browse this printable eBook for an overview of all of our program models as well as a matrix comparing the models on various criteria including target population, enrollment criteria, and more. Click the image to view.