Tribal Home Visiting Program

Health and Wellness

Supporting the development of happy, healthy, and successful American Indian and Alaska Native families

Interested in strengthening tribal capacity to support and promote the health and well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) WIC families? Read on to build partnerships with Tribal Home Visiting!

The Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program provides grants to tribal organizations to develop, implement, and evaluate home visiting programs in AIAN communities.

Grantees serve tribal communities that range from rural reservations and remote Alaska villages to urban areas.

On the Tribal Home Visiting Program website, you’ll find:

A gallery of Success Stories describing the journey of program participants

Videos about the program and the benefits

An interactive map of tribal home visiting grantees that provides profiles, including the grantee organization, population served, program goals, and points of contact that you can use to help connect your WIC participants who are interested in participating in the program.

The goals of the Tribal Home Visiting Program include:

Supporting the development of happy, healthy, and successful AIAN children and families through a coordinated home visiting strategy that addresses critical maternal and child health, development, early learning, family support, and child abuse and neglect prevention needs;

Implementing high-quality, culturally-relevant, evidence-based home visiting programs in AIAN communities;

Expanding the evidence base around home visiting interventions with Native populations; and

Supporting and strengthening cooperation and coordination and promoting linkages among various programs that serve pregnant women, expectant fathers, young children, and families, resulting in coordinated, comprehensive early childhood systems in grantee communities.

HRSA Tribal Home Visiting
Developed by: HHS, Office of the Administration for Children and Families