Virginia Home Visiting Consortium
On behalf of the Virginia Home Visiting Consortium, CHIP of Virginia is seeking applicants for a contractor to serve as Director of the Home Visiting Consortium. The contractor must be skilled in facilitating change and will lead and organize the transition of the Home Visiting Consortium into an independent intermediary. It is anticipated that the contract will require 25-30 hours/week.
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Since 2006, the Virginia Home Visiting Consortium has been advancing the delivery of high quality, efficient services that improve the health, social, and educational outcomes for new and expecting parents, young children, and their families within safe homes and connected communities.
Core strategies: Guide, Lead, Collaborate, and Research
Featured Program of the Month:
Navy New Parent Support Home Visitation
The Navy New Parent Support Home Visitor Program at WPNSTA Yorktown hosts a weekly "Family Connections" parent resource and playgroup. It is an enjoyable event for parents and children alike. The group meetings help to meet the social needs of new parents by providing them with regular opportunities to interact with other families having the commonality of Navy and Marine Corp military life and service. The playgroup offers infants and toddlers the opportunity to meet their instrumental needs to develop socially, emotionally, and physically through social interaction, age-appropriate activities, and floor play. Lastly, parenting information and sharing makes available an opportunity for learning about what matters to the program's new parents.
Virginia Home Visiting Consortium James Madison University Fax: 540-568-6409 firstname.lastname@example.org
Supported by project D89MC23543 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau (Title V, Social Security Act, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010).