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Early Childhood

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The key focus of early childhood programs is to ensure that all children and families have access to a continuum of comprehensive, high-quality early childhood programs and services that promote child well-being and school readiness and ensure that all children are healthy, ready to learn and have safe passage through the early years. 

  • Home Visitation - To ensure that all children and families have access to a continuum of comprehensive, high-quality early childhood programs and services that promote child well-being and school readiness.
  • Project LAUNCH - (Linking Actions for Unmet Needs in Children's Health) is a 5-year initiative funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
  • Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems - The Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) project aims to address the needs of all children from birth through eight in the District of Columbia (DC)

2012 Home Visitation Summit

Thank you for participating in the Department of Health, Home Visitation Summit. You may select the link below to access the presentations.

Healthy Families America, Introduction to the Model, Lynn H. Kosanovich, HFA Regional Director

MIECHV Program: Performance Measurement, Dr. Carlos Cano, Maternal and Child Health Bureau

Home Visitation Program, District of Columbia Department of Health

DC Home Visiting Implementation and Impact Evaluation, Deborah F. Perry Ph.D, Georgetown University, Sarah Kaye, Ph.D. Kaye Implementation & Evaluation, LLC

Early Success Framework Presentation

DC Home Visiting Summit, The Family Place, Haley Wiggins, Executive Director

Healthy Start in the District of Columbia, Karen P. Watts, RNC, FAHM, PMP, Chief, Perinatal and Infant Health Bureau, Department of Health 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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