Congratulations to our Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home-Based Services partners! Learn what they have to say about measuring success and doing things differently in their home visiting programs.
Congratulations to our recent awardees for Capacity Building for Prenatal to Five Home-Based and Community-Based Services! These partners will provide capacity-building supports to our Home-Based Services and Community-Based Parenting Supports partners.
We’re thrilled to announce ten awardees for the prental-to-5 Community-Designed Home-Based Programs & Practices funding opportunity. With a total investment of $5,825,000 million over 2.5 years, these awards to community-based organizations will expand the availability of home-based services that draw upon local community knowledge and practice to develop approaches that are designed for and valued by specific communities, and/or addressing populations not well-served by other programs. Read on to meet our newest community partners!
We are excited to announce our Parent-Child Home Program awards. The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) supports parents of two and three year olds through educational play that helps caregivers develop their children’s cognitive and social-emotional skills. Read on to meet our funding recipients.
For those interested in the Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home-Based Services RFP, and were unable to join our live webinar, you can view the recording of the info session here. This is the second of three funding opportunities within Home-Based Services.
The Request for Proposals for Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home Visiting Programs is now open. This opportunity is specific to prenatal-to-five programming. Applications are due by November 2, 2017. This is the second out of three funding opportunities related to home-based services.
This Friday, August 18th, in partnership with United Way of King County, we will open our funding application process for Parent-Child Home Program expansion.
The Parent-Child Home Program funding opportunity is one of three BSK funding opportunities supporting Home-Based Services, as a key strategy for advancing the well-being of children and families in King County.
Learn more about all three funding opportunities and which may be the best fit for you!
Best Starts for Kids and the United Way of King County recently announced a new partnership that will support capacity in communities and expand services to more children and families through the Parent-Child Home Program. If you are interested in learning more about Parent-Child Home Program expansion, please attend one of our upcoming information sessions.
Best Starts for Kids and United Way of King County are excited to announce a new partnership that will support capacity in communities and expand services to more children and families. Heaven, who is three years old, works on a puzzle with her dad, Wesley. As they play with the puzzle, Wesley actively asks…