Effectiveness Research

HomVEE reviews the evidence of effectiveness for specific 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, details of the studies reviewed, and a summary of findings by outcome domain. Rows are highlighted in green if the model meets the HHS criteria for an evidence-based model.

Please read Home Visiting Model Effects for a summary across models.

Displaying 41 - 50 of 50 Models
Model
Meets HHS criteria
Studies
rated
high or
moderate
Last
updated
Model:

Pride in Parenting (PIP)

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

Targets: 0-11 months

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Not applicable

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
0
Last updated:
July 2013
Model:

Promoting First Relationships®—Home Visiting Option

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

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Not applicable

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
0
Last updated:
May 2019
Model:

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

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

Targets: Pregnant women, 0-11 months, 12-23 months

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: No favorable effects found

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
1
Last updated:
May 2019
Model:

Resource Mothers Program

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

Targets: Pregnant women, 0-11 months

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Not applicable

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
0
Last updated:
July 2011
Model:

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

Targets: 0-11 months

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Child health

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
1
Last updated:
July 2011
Model:

REST Routine

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

Targets: 0-11 months

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Child health

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
2
Last updated:
October 2012
Model:

SafeCare®

Entries in this row combine information across all versions of SafeCare except for SafeCare Augmented. The main version of SafeCare has no high- or moderate-quality impact studies. Some other versions of SafeCare have at least one such study, but no version of the model other than SafeCare Augmented meets HHS criteria for an evidence-based home visiting model. Planned Activities Training (a SafeCare module) and Cellular Phone Enhanced Planned Activities Training (a SafeCare module with an add-on) show evidence of effectiveness.

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

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Child development and school readiness, Maternal health, Positive parenting practices

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
4
Last updated:
July 2018
Model:

SafeCare Augmented

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

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Family economic self-sufficiency, Linkages and referrals, Maternal health, Reductions in child maltreatment, Reductions in juvenile delinquency, family violence, and Crime

Meets HHS Criteria:

Yes, Meets HHS Criteria

High or moderate studies:
1
Last updated:
July 2018
Model:

Seattle-King County Healthy Homes Project

Targets: 48+ months

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Not applicable - no studies met criteria to be reviewed

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
No eligible studies
Last updated:
October 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.

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

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Child development and school readiness

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
5
Last updated:
May 2019
Model:

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

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

Favorable results in high or moderate studies: Positive parenting practices

Meets HHS Criteria:

No

High or moderate studies:
3
Last updated:
May 2019