With an unwavering commitment to serve more families with comprehensive services and to meet their unique needs, two of the leading evidence-based home visiting models-Nurse-Family Partnership and Child First-have united.
Together, our unified organization will have a greater reach and offer a more holistic continuum of care for families and children experiencing the effects of poverty and adversity.
When young children grow up in environments where there is violence, neglect, mental illness, or substance abuse, the stress can be toxic to their developing brains. But, we can intervene to prevent this damage. Scientific research demonstrates that we can make a difference if we:
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Decrease in language problems in children receiving the Child First intervention.
Decrease in aggressive and defiant behaviors in children receiving the Child First intervention.
Decrease in depression or mental health problems in mothers receiving the Child First intervention