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A Yuma mom shares how home visitation changed her parenting life

  • family support

The video is a conversation with Yuma mother on the impact home visitation made on her parenting and the success she’s seen in her son.

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Parent educator helps Bisbee mom bond with infant daughter after recovering from life-threatening…

  • social-emotional development

The FTF Cochise Regional Partnership Council funds Parents as Teachers, a home visitation program that provides in-home parent coaching.

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Nurse-Family Partnership helps first-time mom learn how to take of care of infant son in Tempe

  • child development

The Nurse-Family Partnership program provides regular visits by trained nurses starting in early pregnancy through the child’s second year.

Nurse-Family Partnership program helps pregnant Tucson mother ensure her baby is healthy, safe and…

  • family support

“It is so helpful to have someone who is an expert share ideas and resources with me,” said Rosalinda Vergara

Home visitation helps Tucson boy be ready for kindergarten

  • Pima South

After enrolling in Parents as Teachers, Yadel Arvizue feels confident that Angel will have the social and academic skills to be ready for kindergarten.

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Home visitation program helps Mesa girl with her confidence

  • family support

“Now with the help of our parent educator, I’ve learned many different approaches so that my husband and I can help Ariya with life skills and prepare her…

family with parent educator

Home visitation program helps Buckeye boy expand his vocabulary

  • family support

Reina Jimenez said, “I know that this program is what helped his progress the most and I am happy and relieved about his development.”

Mother and daughter with parent educator

Home visitation program helps Peach Springs girl reach healthy developmental milestones

  • family support

“I’ve learned that it’s okay to ask questions or ask for help,” Racine Whatoname said. “I am so much more comfortable reaching out for feedback…

Mom and daughter smiling

Cocopah Early Steps helps both mom and toddler with smooth transitions

  • family support

When Olivia was 18-months-old, Stephanie enrolled in a home visitation program and began learning more about brain development and how all children develop at…

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