Healthy Families Queen Anne's/Talbot (Annual)

What We Do

Intensive home visiting service which prevents child maltreatment and supports healthy brain development in children prenatal to 5 years, using child development education for parents, screenings, and service referrals.

Who We Serve

First-time teen parents who are eligible for Maryland Children’s Health program (M-CHP) who are at risk of poor parenting outcomes due to several risk factors for juvenile delinquency.

How We Impact

Promising Practice/Model Program/EBP: Healthy Families America; OJJDP Effective Program

Why Is This Important?

A strong system of care for children ages prenatal through the start of their school experience not only shows an increased preparation and success in school but it also yields other positive results such as: stronger cognitive skills, lower school dropout rates, social and emotional strength, and lower rates of teen pregnancy and incarceration.

Measures
Time
Period
Current Actual Value
Current Target Value
Current
Trend
Baseline
% Change
PM
2016
50
50
1
16%
PM
2016
123
115
1
58%
PM
2016
318
225
1
82%
PM
2016
875
600
1
43%
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