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MIECHV State Data Tables


Models implemented with Tribal MIECHV funds included Family Spirit, Nurse-Family Partnership, Parents as Teachers, and Parent-Child Assistance Program. Nationwide, Tribal MIECHV funded 76 full-time equivalent (FTE) home visitors and 36 FTE supervisors. FTE can include full-time and part-time staff.

home visits provided
families served
children served

Caregiver Age

15% ≤21 years

43% 22–29 years

38% 30–44 years

4% ≥45 years

Child Age

33% <1 year

48% 1-2 years

19% 3-6 years

Primary Language

97% English

2% Spanish

<1% Other

Child Insurance Status

75% Public

12% Private

13% None

Caregiver Ethnicity

10% Hispanic or Latino

Household Income

62% Low income

Caregiver Race

75% American Indian/Alaska Native

* Asian

2% Black

* Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

14% White

8% Multiple

Caregiver Education

17% No high school diploma

37% High school diploma

35% Some college/training

11% Bachelor’s degree or higher

Data in this profile were provided by the Administration for Children and Families Tribal Home Visiting Program. • Grantees reported some data for new enrollees only. • Caregivers and children with missing data were excluded from the calculations. • Public insurance includes Medicaid, CHIP, and TRICARE. • Low income is defined as family income at or below 100 percent of the federal poverty guidelines. • Counts of FTE home visitor and supervisor positions were rounded to the nearest whole number. • To protect confidentiality, race and ethnicity categories with 10 or fewer participants were replaced with *. • Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. • Data include service numbers for Parent-Child Assistance Program, which is recognized by HRSA as a promising approach.