Home Visiting means Family Support. Right when it's needed most.

​Our greatest partners are the local implementing agencies that deliver evidence-based home visiting services in their community. The direct service providers are, above all, the ones who truly make a difference at the level of the individual families.  You need only to read a few of the stories from the families themselves to understand how much difference that is.

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Partners all across the state work together to educate stakeholders, families and resource organizations about evidence-based and research-based home visiting programs.  As a group, they act as advisors and advocates, giving eligible families greater reach and available supports. The network of home visiting programs provide professional development activities and bring best practice to ALL direct service providers, regardless of model, program or funding source.  For example, it was through this collaboration that the online home visitor training modules were created, and the Recharge 4 Resilience conference is possible!  The system of collaboration not only informs, but creates opportunity for statewide change in the early childhood comprehensive systems work. 


Online Classroom

Home Visiting Professional Development Modules (located at the bottom of the linked page).


Decorative imageView a map of other home visiting services available through some of our partners in Nebraska.
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Our Statewide Partners
Please click on each icon to link to the webpage.
Early development network logo Head Start State Collaboration Sixpence Early Learning Fund

Buffet Early Childhood Institute




Nebraska Children



Together for Kids and Families


For more information, contact:
Jennifer Auman, Program Manager, N-MIECHV
402-471-1938 or 402-314-8013 or jennifer.auman@nebraska.gov



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