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Webinar—Tribal Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness Review: Process and Results

February 2011

This video is an archive of a webinar that occurred on February 28, 2011 entitled "Tribal Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness Review: Process and Results." The purpose of this webinar was to describe the Tribal HomVEE review procedures and results. In addition it includes a discussion from Doug Bigelow of One Sky Center with reflections on how tribal grantees may use the information provided in the review in their new home visiting grant.

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Webinar—Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness Review: Process and Results

February 2011

This video is an archive of a webinar that occurred on February 22, 2011 entitled "Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness Review: Process and Results." The purpose of this webinar was to describe the HomVEE review procedures and results, review processes and procedures related to the federal home visiting program, discuss next steps for the HomVEE review, and provide an overview of the HomVEE website.

Watch the Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness Review: Process and Results Webinar from the ACF YouTube Channel

Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness (HomVEE) 2011 Call for Studies

Mathematica Policy Research seeks studies for a comprehensive review of the evidence base for home visiting program models. The review is being conducted for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) by Mathematica Policy Research (and subcontractor Dr. Brenda Jones Harden) and will be used to help inform policy, new initiatives, and program directions at the federal level. Submissions are due by April 15, 2011.

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

February 2011

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.

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