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Tribal Home Visiting

Assessing the Evidence of Effectiveness of Home Visiting Program Models Implemented in Tribal Communities

September 2014

This systematic review focuses specifically on studies relevant to tribal communities. The review included studies of home visiting program models implemented in tribal communities in the U.S., implemented in indigenous communities outside the U.S., or evaluated with American Indian Alaska Native families and children. This report describes the review process and findings, descriptive information about the program models evaluated, and lessons learned across studies, with a focus on cultural relevance and implementation. The review was originally released in February 2011; the updated version includes results through the 2014 review.

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Tribal Home Visiting Programs: Review of the Evidence

September 2014

This three-page brief summarizes the review results for studies of home visiting program models implemented in tribal communities in the U.S., implemented in indigenous communities outside the U.S., or evaluated with American Indian Alaska Native families and children. The brief is based on the information presented in the more detailed report on home visiting program models implemented in tribal communities. The updated version includes results through the 2014 review.

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