Home Visiting Programs


To enhance the health and safety of young children through evidence-based home visiting practices. 


The home visiting program for pregnant women and families with young children offers information, guidance, risk assessment, and parenting support at home. The evidence-based models in this program are designed to improve child health and development, pregnancy outcomes, and parenting skills.

The Division of Child and Family Well-Being supports two evidence-based home-visiting models Healthy Families America and Nurse-Family Partnership.

List of Resources 

The following list of resources provides additional information about our home visiting services.

2011 North Carolina Updated State Plan

2020 North Carolina Home Visiting Needs Assessment

2024 North Carolina Home Visiting Needs Assessment Amendment (new)

North Carolina Healthy Families America

North Carolina Nurse-Family Partnership


2024 NC Counties Eligible for MIECHV Funding (updated 2/2024)

Healthy Families America and Nurse-Family Partnership Sites

Home Visiting in North Carolina

Related Information 

North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education

North Carolina Early Childhood Action Plan 

North Carolina Home Visiting & Parenting Education System- Building 


North Carolina Early Home Visiting Landscape Analysis 

North Carolina County Risk Assessment 

North Carolina Home Visiting and Substance Abuse Disorders 

North Carolina Home Visiting Programs 


HRSA's Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program 


Greer Cook: MIECHV Program Manager, 919-218-6913