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Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting: A report to Congress

The following explains the purpose of this report: 1. Describe the Tribal Home Visiting Program, grantees, and family and community contexts that influence implementation of the program 2. Highlight the expanded reach and availability of home visiting services in tribal communities as a function of the Tribal Home Visiting Program 3. Tell the story of program implementation across funding years, highlighting successes and areas of improvement 4. Describe technical assistance (TA) and systems of support provided to grantees 5. Summarize grantee performance measurement and grantee performance in legislatively mandated benchmark areas 6. Suggest recommendations for improving program reach, supports, and requirements (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
Alaska; Arizona; California; Michigan; Minnesota; Montana; Nevada; New Mexico; North Carolina; Oklahoma; Oregon; Washington; Wisconsin; Wyoming

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