Healthy Families Home Visiting Program (Prince George's County FY20 and Beyond) Annual

Story Behind the Curve

FISCAL YEAR 21 - HFY1

PM- HOW MUCH: NUMBER OF YOUTH SERVED 

At the end of HFY '21, Bright Beginnings was serving 13 of the 15 family target. While they are to maintain 15 families at all times, they are up 60% from this time last year. The program has experienced challenges recruiting and maintaining the 15 families, due to the inability to do traditional outreach, a direct response of the COVID-19 pandemic. The programs has not yet adopted a strategy to combat this challenge because of the restrictions mandated by the state and is currently working diligently to create a strategy that will keep staff and clients safe.

Program Summary

The Home Visiting program will provide intensive home visiting services using the Healthy Families America Model to families to enhance the social and emotional development of the children they serve, connect families to food resources address immediate food insecurities, and provider nutrition education sessions to increase food security.  In addition, the program connects parents to academic and/or workforce development programs to ensure that the parents either earn a GED or are connected to an employer by the end of the program sessions.

Target Population

Healthy Families/Home Visiting program will target teens up to 24 years old and mother with babies 3 months or younger who are FARM and SNAP eligible from the following zip codes: 20912, 20903, 20703, 20782, 20710, 20781, 20785, 20743, 20746, 20747, 20772, 20706, 20748, and 20745

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