Connecting Parents to Programs

Kansas Home Visiting is a voluntary program that brings a trained family-support professional to your home at no-cost to you. Kansas Home Visiting also connects families to support programs in your area.

Home Visits Are Proven To

Support Healthy Children
Support Expecting Parents

Sammy's Story

See how Regina was able to help Ashley and Tobias after having Samuel the day COVID19 was declared a pandemic. 

Additional Resources

In addition to programs that provide home visitors, Kansas Home Visiting also connects you to other support services in your area!

Provide Input on Kansas Home Visiting

DCCCA has created this 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 support and giving their children a head start in life.

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Why Is Home Visiting IMportant?

Home Visiting and other parenting support programs are proven to build healthier families and relationships.

Have a question?

Frequently Asked Questions

New parents have lots of questions, and Kansas Home Visiting helps connect them to the answers! If you have a specific question about a program, please contact the program directly. 

All of the programs and resources listed by Kansas Home Visiting come at no-cost to families.

The age range for support is on a program-by-program basis, but Kansas Home Visiting only lists programs that support children up until the age of 5.

Certain programs may have specific requirements for eligibility. These requirements will be listed in the program materials.