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Parenting isn't always easy.
Home visitors are partners in family resilience.

Community-based * Voluntary * Free ​​


Home Visiting at a Glance

Description:

The Nebraska-Maternal, Infant & Early Childhood Home Visiting (N-MIECHV) program is evidence-based, utilizing the Healthy Families America model of home visiting. We are STRENGTHS-BASED, and FAMILY-CENTERED. N-MIECHV programs offer support for pregnant or parenting families of children birth to age 5 who may struggle with significant life stressors such as poverty, exposure to violence or substance abuse, teen parenting, or military families with one or both parents in service.​​

Service Capacity:

N-MIECHV programs have the capacity to serve 525 families across the state. 

Geographical Area Served:

Panhandle, Lincoln/Lancaster Co, Omaha/Douglas Co, 14-co service area in northeast Nebraska, 10-co service area in southeast/south-central Nebraska.

Points of Interest:

  • N-MIECHV collaborates with organizations and agencies statewide to provide individual resources for families.
  • We partner with Children and Family Services to engage families in order to minimize or prevent further involvement with child welfare. 
  • Over 90% of our caregivers enrolled are screened for relationship violence, depression, and substance use within the first 3 months.
  • N-MIECHV home visitors complete 90-100 hours of professional development annually.

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For more information, contact:

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Jennifer Auman
Program Manager
Phone Number
(402) 471-9755
Toll Free Number
(402) 314-8013

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BrieAnna Everett
Program Specialist
Phone Number
(402) 249-1610
Toll Free Number
(402) 613-1302


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