Building Infrastructure to Support Home Visiting to Prevent Child Maltreatment: Two-Year Findings from the Cross-Site Evaluation of the Supporting Evidence-Based Home Visiting Initiative
AbstractThis report describes planning and early implementation of home visiting programs in 15 states. The programs and report were funded by the Children's Bureau at the Administration for Children and Families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The report describes the grantees, the home visiting program models they selected, and their progress and challenges. It should be of special interest to states and home visiting providers participating in the new Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting grant programs authorized by the Affordable Care Act and now being implemented in states.
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Date of creation: 12 Aug 2011
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Child Maltreatment; Infrastructure; Home Visiting; EBHV;
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- Deborah Daro & Bonnie Hart & Kimberly Boller & M.C. Bradley, 2012. "Replicating Home Visiting Programs with Fidelity: Baseline Data and Preliminary Findings," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 7620, Mathematica Policy Research.
- Kimberly Boller & Deborah Daro & Patricia Del Grosso & Russell Cole & Diane Paulsell & Bonnie Hart & Brandon Coffee-Borden & Debra Strong & Heather Zaveri & Margaret Hargreaves, 2014. "Making Replication Work: Building Infrastructure to Implement, Scale-up, and Sustain Evidence-Based Early Childhood Home Visiting Programs with Fidelity," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 8165, Mathematica Policy Research.
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