The Massachusetts Home Visiting Initiative (MHVI) delivers home visiting services to 17 high need communities across the state. These services are located in the cities and towns with large numbers of very young families, families in poverty, and people who have not completed high school.
There are five home visiting programs offered through MHVI. While each program has a different focus, all programs have had positive results in helping children and families. Also, all MHVI models address: child development, school readiness, child abuse and neglect, maternal depression, and substance abuse.
MHVI, over the next four years, will add new program activities within its home visiting services and within the community.
- Learn more about our home visiting models
- See the Communities with MHVI Services
- Learn more about MHVI
This information is provided by the Division for Perinatal, Early Childhood, and Special Health Needs within the Department of Public Health.