The NHVRC created the Home Visiting Yearbook to present the most comprehensive picture available of home visiting on the national and state levels. Since its launch in 2017, the Home Visiting Yearbook has become a go-to resource for multiple audiences interested in serving children and families.
As in our previous publications, we present the national landscape of home visiting before drilling down to the states. The 2023 Yearbook includes—
- Data on who is being served by home visiting, including information from 17 evidence-based home visiting models and 10 emerging models that have not yet met federal standards of evidence (Source: The 2023 Home Visiting Yearbook defines evidence-based home visiting as models that have met standards of evidence as determined by the Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness (HomVEE) project, which is administered by the [U.S. Department of Health and Human Services](https://homvee.acf.hhs.gov). Emerging models have not yet met HomVEE standards of evidence, although they might meet some of the criteria.)Go to footnote #>1
- Information from 2022 on where home visiting is operating and how many families and children could benefit from home visiting
- Updated state, Indigenous-led organization, and model profiles and Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Program data tables
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National Home Visiting Resource Center. (2023). 2023 Home Visiting Yearbook. James Bell Associates and the Urban Institute.
The 2023 Home Visiting Yearbook was developed by James Bell Associates in partnership with the Urban Institute. Support is provided by the Heising-Simons Foundation and previously was also provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the foundations.