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Tribal Home Visiting program in ACF Report to Congress!

NAPPR’s Tribal Home Visiting Grantee is pleased to share the Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Report to Congress recently published this month of April! The report details all grantee’s progress from the program’s inception in 2010 to 2014. This important document on Home Visiting services to Native American communities specifically focuses on the following:

  • The approach of the Tribal Home Visiting Program, including the technical assistance and supports provided to grantees
  • The grantee, family, and community contexts that have influenced program implementation and evaluation in American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) settings
  • The expanded reach and availability of home visiting services in tribal communities as a function of the program
  • The extent to which grantees demonstrated quantifiable, measureable improvements in each of the six “benchmark” areas specified in the legislation
  • Findings about the successes of grantees, lessons learned for other programs working with AIAN communities, and recommendations to strengthen the Tribal Home Visiting program and build on the solid foundation already established

You can read the entire report here and an executive summary is available here on the ACF Tribal Home Visiting and Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation websites.

 

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