Strong Families AZ Supports Families to Raise Healthy, Happy Children

  • Diana

    Diana is the proud mother of a four-year old. Healthy Families has helped her build a foundation for her son’s future.

  • Shannon

    As a home visitor, Shannon is honored to help good parents become even better.

  • Timmy & Crystal

    Timmy and Crystal's home visiting program helped them learn how to be a unit and be more successful as parents for their son Lincoln.

What is Strong Families AZ?

Strong Families AZ is a network of free home visiting programs that helps families raise healthy children ready to succeed in school and in life. Our programs focus on pregnant women, expecting fathers, and families with children birth to age 5.

So, What is Home Visiting?

Home visiting provides families the opportunity to take part in parent education programs within the comforts of their own home. Program involvement for families is completely free and participation is voluntary.

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Did You Know?
Home Visiting reduces healthcare costs and costs associated to incarceration and public assistance.
Receiving a home visit the first four months of a pregnancies results 75% fewer low birth weight babies than those who did not.
Children who received a home visit were 42.5% more likely to graduate from high school than children who didn’t receive a home visit.
Young families who participate in home visiting report they feel more confident, capable, and hopeful for their children’s future.
When families feel supported they are more likely to achieve their full potential.
Home Visiting provides one-on-one, tailored counseling and education to families.
At-risk children who participated in high-quality, voluntary home visiting programs had better cognitive and vocabulary scores by age 6.
One home visitation program has been shown to reduce abuse and neglect among children of low income and high-risk mothers by 77%.
Research shows that investing in early childhood is one of the best, most cost-effective choices states can make to benefit the economy.
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