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Tribal Home Visiting

Mother holding and kissing babyThe Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program provides grants to tribal organizations to develop, implement, and evaluate home visiting programs in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.

The Tribal Home Visiting program is funded by a 3 percent set-aside from the larger MIECHV program. Tribal Home Visiting grants are awarded to Indian tribes, consortia of tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian organizations.

Success Story


Siletz Home Visiting LogoThe Tribal Home Visiting Program is pleased to announce the release of a new Tribal Home Visiting success story: Finding Stability and Moving Forward.

Tribal Home Visiting Success Story: Finding Stability and Moving Forward

The Confederated Tribe of Siletz Indians Naytlh-‘a, translated "We Carry the Children," program has been implementing Tribal Home Visiting since 2014, serving 11 counties in Oregon. A goal of the program is to empower families so they can achieve positive self-sufficiency outcomes, for example, housing and employment stability. This video success story describes a family’s journey and experience of achieving their dreams, moving into a new home, and starting a new life.

Click here to access: The Tribal Home Visiting Success Story: Finding Stability and Moving Forward

Map of Tribal Home Visiting Grantees

Map of Tribal Home Visiting Grantees

Tribal Home Visiting Grantees are located in several states throughout the United States.

View Tribal Home Visiting Grantees By State