How Home Visiting Can Help You
Home visiting programs help families with infants and young children learn more about how children grow and learn, and the supports they need to become healthy and successful in life. Home visiting programs are voluntary and can enroll pregnant women, families with infants and toddlers, or families with young children birth to six years old.
Home Visiting Programs in Idaho
Through the statewide home visiting needs assessment, the Idaho MIECHV program identified four counties for initial implementation: Kootenai, Shoshone, Jerome, and Twin Falls. The Idaho MIECHV program has provided funds to agencies in these counties to carry out home visiting programs: Parents as Teachers, Early Head Start Home-Based, and Nurse-Family Partnership. In addition to the MIECHV funded home visiting programs, there are other home visiting programs available throughout the state.
Click on your region in the map below to see what is available in your area:
If you are not able to use the map, a text-only listing of home visiting programs is also available.