Model effectiveness research reports

HomVEE reviews the evidence of effectiveness for specific early childhood home visiting models. On this page, links to models lead to a brief model description and an overview of review results. The results include evidence of model effectiveness, a count of manuscripts from well-designed studies, and a summary of findings by outcome domain. (HomVEE uses the term well-designed impact studies to refer to those whose designs and execution suggest that some or all of the findings were due to the home visiting model rather than other factors.) Rows are highlighted in green if the model meets the HHS criteria for an evidence-based model.

Please read the home visiting model effects page for a summary across models.

Displaying 41 - 50 of 50 Models
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Model:

Pride in Parenting (PIP)

Implementation support is not currently available for the model as reviewed.

Population served: 0-11 months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Not applicable

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
0
Last updated:
2013
Model:

Promoting First Relationships®—Home Visiting Option

Population served: 0-11 months, 12-23 months, 24-35 months, 36-47 months, 48+ months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Not applicable

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
0
Last updated:
2019
Model:

Promoting Parental Skills and Enhancing Attachment in Early Childhood (CAPEDP) Trial

Implementation support is not currently available for the model as reviewed.

Population served: Pregnant women, 0-11 months, 12-23 months

Favorable results from well-designed research: No favorable effects found

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
1
Last updated:
2019
Model:

Resource Mothers Program

Implementation support is not currently available for the model as reviewed.

Population served: Pregnant women, 0-11 months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Not applicable

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
0
Last updated:
2011
Model:

Resources, Education, and Care in the Home (REACH)

Population served: 0-11 months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Child health

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
1
Last updated:
2011
Model:

REST Routine

Implementation support is not currently available for the model as reviewed.

Population served: 0-11 months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Child development and school readiness

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
2
Last updated:
2012
Model:

SafeCare®

Entries in this row combine information across all versions of SafeCare. Only SafeCare Augmented meets HHS criteria for an evidence-based home visiting model. For SafeCare itself, there are no manuscripts about high- or moderate-quality impact studies. Some other versions of SafeCare have at least one such manuscripts. Planned Activities Training (a SafeCare module) and Cellular Phone Enhanced Planned Activities Training (a SafeCare module with an add-on) show evidence of effectiveness.

Population served: 0-11 months, 12-23 months, 24-35 months, 36-47 months, 48+ months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Child development and school readiness, Linkages and referrals, Maternal health, Positive parenting practices, Reductions in child maltreatment

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
5
Last updated:
2018
Model:

SafeCare Augmented

Population served: 0-11 months, 12-23 months, 24-35 months, 36-47 months, 48+ months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Linkages and referrals, Reductions in child maltreatment

Meets HHS Criteria:

Yes, Meets HHS Criteria

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
1
Last updated:
2018
Model:

Seattle-King County Healthy Homes Project

Population served: 48+ months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Not applicable - no studies met criteria to be reviewed

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
No eligible studies
Last updated:
2012
Model:

Triple P - Positive Parenting Program®—Variants suitable for home visiting

No Triple P intervention is exclusively delivered in the home with families with children from birth through age 5. This profile is based on (1) studies of programs that provided Triple P services in the home to families with children from birth through age 5, and (2) developer input on the Triple P interventions suitable for delivery in the home with families with children from birth through age 5.

Population served: 0-11 months, 12-23 months, 24-35 months, 36-47 months, 48+ months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Child development and school readiness

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
5
Last updated:
2019
Model:

Video-Feedback Intervention to Promote Positive Parenting-Sensitive Discipline® (VIPP-SD)

Population served: 12-23 months, 24-35 months, 36-47 months, 48+ months

Favorable results from well-designed research: Positive parenting practices

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

Manuscripts about well-designed research:
3
Last updated:
2019