This video Visit disclaimer page highlights how the Cook Inlet Tribal Council Ch’anik’en Home Visiting Program honors and integrates cultural traditions and practices into their work. Ch’anik’en family mentors take steps to actively learn each child’s and family’s cultural background with openness, intention, and respect to then respond with flexibility and adaptability.
This video Visit disclaimer page highlights the 'Heart Work' of home visiting teams as they provide support and education to the families enrolled in Tribal Home Visiting. Working With Heart features seven home visitors who share their thoughts about their personal experiences walking alongside families on their parenting journeys.
The South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency in Shelton, Washington has been implementing Tribal Home Visiting since 2012 in Chehalis, Nisqually, Skokomish, and Squaxin Island tribes and two urban sites in Kitsap and Pierce counties. The vision of the program is to support the development of happy, healthy, and successful families. The program’s culturally responsive practices aim to break the cycle of toxic stress and provide inspiration and hope to families and the community. This video success story Visit disclaimer page Visit disclaimer page highlights a mother’s journey to healing and how it empowered her to rebuild supportive relationships for herself and her children.
The Tiwa Babies Home Visiting Program has been implementing Tribal Home Visiting since 2011, serving the Taos Pueblo community in Taos, New Mexico. The vision of the program is to assist families to nurture their children in ways that promote their traditions and values, build resilience, and support strong community connections to reach optimal levels of health and wellbeing. This video success story Visit disclaimer page highlights the growth in confidence and partnership of two first-time parents as seen through the eyes of their home visitor.
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 Visit disclaimer page describes a family’s journey and experience of achieving their dreams, moving into a new home, and starting a new life.
This 12-minute video Visit disclaimer page provides information about the Tribal Home Visiting program. Representatives from five Tribal Home Visiting grantees discuss how the home visiting program has impacted their community and the children and families they serve. Grantees offer community context about the importance of home visiting. This video features families enrolled in the home visiting program as well as home visitors and program coordinators.
This short three-minute video Visit disclaimer page highlights the benefits of Tribal Home Visiting as a traditional concept and emphasizes the importance of supporting home visiting as an early childhood strategy in tribal communities.