Topic: Home Visiting for Child Well-Being
Why was Home Visiting for Child Well-Being chosen as a topic by the Advisory Committee? (Click for Answer)
Home Visiting for Child Well-Being was chosen because it is of particular interest to Child Welfare due to the connection between early child development and well-being. Home Visiting programs target at-risk families with children from birth to age five, the same population that is of interest to child welfare, and are viewed as early intervention strategies. Many county child welfare agencies in California have developed home visiting programs in partnership with their public health agencies with support from their First Five Commissions. These programs provide services and support that promote child well-being and strengthen families, with an indirect goal of preventing further involvement in Child Welfare services.
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Programs in this topic area
Here are your search results for programs in the area of Home Visiting for Child Well-Being:
The programs listed below have been reviewed by the CEBC and, if appropriate, been rated using the Scientific Rating Scale.
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 1 - Well-Supported by Research Evidence:
- Healthy Families America (Home Visiting for Child Well-Being) (HFA) – detailed viewTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-BeingOverburdened families who are at-risk for child abuse and neglect and other adverse childhood experiences. Families are determined eligible for ...
- Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) – detailed viewTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-Being, Home Visiting for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Teen PregnancyFirst-time, low-income mothers (no previous live births).
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 2 - Supported by Research Evidence:
- AVANCE Parent-Child Education Program (PCEP) – detailed viewTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-BeingParents/primary caregivers with children from birth to age three, pregnant women and/or partners of pregnant women, especially those ...
- Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) – detailed viewTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-BeingParents who have young children and have limited formal education and resources.
Programs with a Scientific Rating of 3 - Promising Research Evidence:
- Circle of Security (COS) – detailed viewTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-Being, Infant and Toddler Mental Health (Birth to 3), Parent TrainingHigh risk populations such as having a child enrolled in Early Head Start or Head Start programs, incarcerated women, or ...
- Early Head Start (EHS) – non-responderTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-Being
- Families First – detailed viewTopics: Disruptive Behavior Treatment (Child & Adolescent), Home Visiting for Child Well-BeingFamilies and referred children who are at-risk as a result of family conflict, lack of parenting skills, child abuse, childhood ...
- Parent-Child Home Program, The (PCHP) – detailed viewThe Parent-Child Home ProgramTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-BeingTwo and three-year-olds who face multiple obstacles to educational and economic success. These risk factors include, living in poverty, being ...
- Parents as Teachers – detailed viewTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-BeingFamilies with an expectant mother or parents of children up to kindergarten entry (usually 5 years).
- SafeCare® [Home Visiting for Child Well-Being] – detailed view
[Project SafeCare]Topics: Home Visiting for Child Well-BeingParents at-risk for child neglect and/or abuse and parents with a history of child neglect and/or abuse
- Sure Start – non-responderTopics: Home Visiting for Child Well-Being