Thank you for your partnership!

It has been a challenging year (again), and we want to let you know how grateful we are to be working with such a dedicated group of amazing people. All our partners in the Family Strengthening Network of home visiting programs continue to do life-changing work to help L.A. County families thrive. This short video gives a quick review of that.

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#HomeVisitingWorks: Honoring the Changemakers at the 2021 Family Strengthening Network Summit

L.A. County has the largest home visiting initiative in the nation. Over 70,000 visits this fiscal year! At this annual event we take stock and celebrate how Family Strengthening Network staff are changing lives. Watch highlights — or the whole event — here.

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Home Visiting During COVID-19: The Transition From In-Person to Virtual Visits

What’s home visiting like when you can’t visit homes? Managers and staff at programs in L.A. County shared their experiences. See the infographics we created to tell their story.

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Peer to Peer Workshop: Engaging and Supporting Fathers Through Home Visiting

There is still room for improvement when it comes to increasing father engagement in home visiting. At our Family Strengthening Network Peer to Peer Workshops this year, we’re looking at how to support dads — and how that helps the whole family.

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The 2019 Home Visiting Yearbook Is Here!

The National Home Visiting Resource Center (NHVRC) has released its 2019 Home Visiting Yearbook, providing the most thorough look yet at home visiting at the state and national levels. Welcome Baby, Healthy Families America, and Parents as Teachers are profiled in the publication.

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Training: Supporting Families With Children Who Have Developmental Delays

Dr. Deborah Chen was the keynote speaker for the Family Strengthening Network’s fall regional conferences. Here are some highlights, including videos, to help home visitors support families whose children have developmental delays.

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Video: How #HomeVisitingWorks: Melissa and Lauriel Share Their Experience

Looking back on being pregnant, Melissa recalls having mixed emotions. “I was really worried about having postpartum depression again like I did with my first son,” she says. But when she gave birth she learned at the hospital that she could receive free home visiting services. And that support has helped her and her family in many ways.

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