Home Visiting

For nearly 150,000 families nationwide, voluntary home-visiting programs are a vital support. This service enables at-risk parents—often single, teen moms—to receive coaching from a trained nurse or health professional on how to give their children a safe and healthy start in life. Congress will soon decide whether to reauthorize the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program. Council for a Strong America educates policymakers about the connection between home visiting and stronger families, reductions in child abuse, and other positive outcomes.

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  1. February 8, 2018 (Albuquerque Journal)

    Home visiting programs can build the future


  2. January 11, 2018 (The Republican Journal )

    Invest early in Maine kids


  3. December 24, 2017 (Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel )

    Early education matters to military


  4. December 20, 2017 (KCRG-TV9/Cedar Rapids)

    At risk Iowans could lose access to home visit programs

    Media Coverage

  5. December 20, 2017 (Vermont Business Magazine)

    Most young adults not Citizen-Ready but Vermont gets an 'A'

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  6. December 19, 2017 (Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel)

    Invest in early childhood care to boost economy