Families in our home visiting and parent-child therapy programs may be impacted by significant stressors such as financial challenges, stressful relationships, mental health concerns, or chemical dependency.
We offer a continuum of services to respond to the unique needs of each family including:
Our home visitors have a strong understanding of pregnancy, early parenting, early child development, attachment, separation, and loss. We work within the parent-child relationship to strengthen the development of every child and family.
Part of the Metro Alliance for Healthy Families, the Infant-Parent Development Program is designed for parents who are impacted by significant stressors such as financial challenges, stressful relationships, mental health concerns or chemical dependency.
Participation is voluntary. Families may stay enrolled for up to four years.
This program is free to participants. It is funded through the Metro Alliance for Healthy Families and Hennepin County.
Self-referrals are welcome. Referrals may also be made by family members, friends, and professionals.
The Early Childhood Home Visiting program serves children from birth to age five and their families. Our therapists respond to the unique needs of each family.
Participation is voluntary. Families may be enrolled for up to two years; families can enroll prenatally.
This program is free to participants. Funding is provided through Hennepin County and grants from the United Way.
All Home Visiting services are available via telehealth, allowing you and your family the benefit of accessing services from the comfort in your home.
Talk to one of our navigators to learn more today.