Category: Home Visiting Services Account

On April 14, programs funded through the state’s Home Visiting Services Account came together for a training hosted by Thrive Washington and the Department of Early Learning, in partnership with the Department of Health and the Center for Community Health and Evaluation. This bi-annual training exists to build community within the home visiting system as[…..]

A renewed and expanded partnership between state agencies and home visiting programs will increase services to families receiving TANF funds. SEATTLE – Increased funds will expand a home visiting pilot program established last year, providing about 350 families who receive state assistance access to home-based support that is proven to help children develop healthier and[…..]

Home visiting is a powerful investment and a proven strategy for strengthening families. It creates better futures TWO generations at a time. And it’s key to Washington state having a high-quality early learning system. Today, 250 home visitors from all over the state have come together for the first Home Visiting Summit. Three years in[…..]

The following is a message from the Department of Early Learning about family engagement. Read on if you find it helpful!   On July 23rd, the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV) Technical Assistance Coordinating Center (TACC) at Zero to Three hosted an excellent webinar on Family Engagement and Retention for home[…..]

  Thank you for your dedication to families in your community. Since January 2013, local programs funded through the Home Visiting Services Account (HVSA) have delivered well over 3200 home visits. The Department of Early Learning (DEL) and Thrive by Five Washington (Thrive) look forward to continuing to work closely as you continue to serve[…..]

  Thank you for your dedication to families in your community. Since January 2013, local programs funded through the Home Visiting Services Account (HVSA) have delivered well over 3200 home visits. The Department of Early Learning (DEL) and Thrive by Five Washington (Thrive) look forward to continuing to work closely as you continue to serve[…..]

  Thank you for your dedication to families in your community. Since January 2013, local programs funded through the Home Visiting Services Account (HVSA) have delivered well over 3200 home visits. The Department of Early Learning (DEL) and Thrive by Five Washington (Thrive) look forward to continuing to work closely as you continue to serve[…..]