What is home visiting?

Home visiting is a free, voluntary program that involves meeting with a trained, family-support professional at a time convenient for you and your family. Home visitors provide new or expecting parents with resources to keep themselves and their children safe, healthy, and nurtured.

Preschooler enjoying playing with his airplane toy

What We Know

Research shows that home visiting programs:

Support healthy
and developmentally
thriving children

Increase parenting knowledge and family

Improve maternal,
newborn, & child health

Cultivate safe homes, supportive interactions,
and positive relationships

Help increase school readiness and success

Strengthen the
bond between a parent
and a child

Work With A Home Visitor

If you think a home visitor is right for you, read about the various Kansas Home Visiting Programs, check out Frequently Asked Questions about home visiting, and Find a Home Visitor Near You.

We need your help!

DCCCA has created a survey to assess awareness about home visiting services in Kansas and to learn how we can raise awareness of this service. Your feedback is greatly valued and will help us guide our future efforts to increase awareness of home visitation services and to help empower parents and families to take action in receiving supports and giving their children a head start in life. Please take a couple of minutes to fill out this brief 6 question survey.