Questions submitted by prospective applicants to the FL MIECHV ITN and responses are available here. The application deadline is September 20,
Welcome to FL MIECHV. We are Florida’s Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program. We partner with local agencies to offer home visiting to expectant and new families in high need communities and work with parents to build their skills and knowledge in their most important role – raising healthy, safe and successful children. Services are provided free of charge to families seeking help.
improve health and developmental outcomes for at-risk children
through evidence-based home visiting programs.
Serving Families in High Need Communities across Florida
2019 BY THE NUMBERS
Home Visits to over 2,800 families
WHAT WE DO
FL MIECHV builds the knowledge and skills of professionals delivering home visiting and other early childhood services through education and training.
Continuous Quality Improvement
FL MIECHV uses the principles of continuous quality improvement (CQI) to improve the effectiveness of the support and services provided to families with young children.
FL MIECHV supports capacity-building and systems development at the state and local level to ensure early childhood and family support services are coordinated and accessible to families.
WHAT PARENTS SAY ABOUT HOME VISITING
I don’t know what I would do if I didn’t have Alyssa to listen to me when no one else would. Or bounce ideas off of. Or even email her in the middle of the night when things are bothering me. I am so thankful I have someone like her in my life. She has helped me through so much. I have a happy healthy little boy that keeps me motivated. I would really suggest this program to anyone like myself or even to a woman that has a happy home life because having a child is never easy. And it’s always nice to have someone to talk to reassure you that you are doing a great job.A new mom participating in the PAT+ home visiting program
“I don’t know what I would have done without you.”Oneida, a 17 year old, first-time parent
“Such a blessing. It teaches you it’s OK not to know everything. Anytime I was unsure about something, she kept me on the right track.”A new mother participating Nurse Family Partnership home visiting program