StoriesHome visiting stories from families and communities
MIECHV-supported home visiting programs strengthen families by helping lay the foundation for the health, education, and social development and success.
Every year, Head Start serves a million of our most vulnerable children, and thousands of these children come from families with one or more parent who is a veteran.
On March 15, Rosa Valentin – a 16-year old mom from Lancaster, Pennsylvania – testified before the U.S. House Ways and Means Subcommittee on her experience in the Nurse-Family Partnership program and how her nurse Beth Russell has helped her to become a confident mom. Rosa was joined by her 20-month-old daughter Angelica.
My story may be similar to other moms you know. I hope that I can help you realize the impact that you have and inspire each and every one of you in the important work that you do each day …
In her eight years as a parent educator, Claudia Williamson has helped dozens of young parents find a path to success. She’s on the front lines of the Parents as Teachers vision, to help all children learn, grow and develop to reach their full potential.