TABLE 1

Home Visiting Models Meeting DHHS Criteria for Evidence of Effectiveness

Home Visiting Models Meeting DHHS CriteriaTarget PopulationService Objectives
Child FirstBirth to 11 months, 12–23 months, 24–35 months, 36–47 months, ≥48 monthsMaternal health, child development and school readiness, reductions in child maltreatment, linkages and referrals
Early Head Start–Home VisitingPregnant women, birth to 11 months, 12–23 months, 24–35 monthsChild development and school readiness, positive parenting practices, family economic self-sufficiency
Early Intervention Program for Adolescent MothersPregnant women, birth to 11 monthsChild health, family economic self-sufficiency
Early Start (New Zealand)Birth to 11 months, 12–23 months, 24–35 months, 36–47 months, ≥48 monthsChild health, child development and school readiness, reductions in child maltreatment
Family Check-Up12–23 months, 24–35 months, 36–47 months, ≥48 monthsMaternal health, child development and school readiness, positive parenting practices
Healthy Families AmericaPregnant women, birth to 11 months, 12–23 months, 24–35 months, 36–47 months, ≥48 monthsChild health, child development and school readiness, reductions in child maltreatment, positive parenting practices, family economic self-sufficiency, linkages and referrals
Healthy StepsBirth to11 months, 12–23 months, 24–35 monthsChild health, positive parenting practices
Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)36–47 months, ≥48 monthsChild development and school readiness, positive parenting practices
Maternal Early Childhood Sustained Home Visiting ProgramPregnant women, birth to 11 months, 12–23 monthsChild health, positive parenting practices
Nurse Family PartnershipPregnant women, birth to 11 months, 12–23 monthsMaternal health, child health, child development and school readiness, reductions in child maltreatment, reductions in juvenile delinquency, family violence, and crime, positive parenting practices, family economic self-sufficiency
Oklahoma’s Community-Based Family Resource and Support ProgramPregnant women, birth to 11 monthsMaternal health, positive parenting practices
Parents as TeachersBirth to 11 months, 12–23 months, 24–35 months, 36–47 months, ≥48 monthsChild development and school readiness, positive parenting practices
Play and Learning Strategies (infant version only)Birth to 11 mo, 12–23 months, 24–35 monthsChild development and school readiness
Project 12 Ways/Safe Care (only Safe Care Augmented)Birth to 11 months, 12–23 months, 24–35 months, 36–47 months, ≥48 monthsReductions in child maltreatment, positive parenting practices