Home visiting programs

National analysis for resources available for children 3 years old and under has placed North Carolina among the worst five states in the nation. The data gathering happened after lawmakers agreed to Medicaid expansion but
California voters eked out a win for children more than two decades ago based on a “sin tax.” Proposition 10 slapped cigarettes with a hefty surcharge to pressure smokers to give up their habit and
12 EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS TO HELP CHILDREN THRIVE The prenatal to age 3 (PN-3) period is the most rapid and sensitive period of development, and it sets the foundation for long-term health and wellbeing. The science
EVIDENCE-BASED HOME VISITING PROGRAMS WHAT ARE EVIDENCE-BASED HOME VISITING PROGRAMS AND WHY ARE THEY IMPORTANT? Home visiting programs, which provide support and education to parents in the home through a trained professional (e.g., nurse or
We released our 2022 Prenatal-to-3 State Policy Roadmap in October which provides guidance to state leaders on the most effective investments states can make to ensure all children thrive from the start. Below, you’ll find
Rigorous scientific evidence informs our annual policy guide, which gives states actionable solutions to improve outcomes for all young children.
Evidence-based home visiting programs positively impact these strategy goals: Nurturing and Responsive Child-Parent Relationships SUMMARY   Evidence-based home visiting programs are an effective state strategy to impact: Participation in evidence-based home visiting programs leads to
Children experience warm, nurturing, stimulating interactions with their parents that promote healthy development.
Resources to support research on state policies that improve early childhood development and wellbeing Nashville, TN — The Prenatal-to-3 Policy Impact Center is proud to announce a generous $300,000 multi-year grant from the Esther A.
EVIDENCE-BASED HOME VISITING PROGRAMS WHAT ARE EVIDENCE-BASED HOME VISITING PROGRAMS AND WHY ARE THEY IMPORTANT? Home visiting programs, which provide support and education to parents in the home through a trained professional (e.g., nurse or