Providing in-home parent coaching to pregnant moms and families of young children

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Home visitors support parents through visits in families’ homes. Family participation is entirely voluntary, and visitors spend time with parents, infants, young children, and their families, working toward family-identified goals and increasing knowledge about child safety and development. 

Visitor/Supporter Services

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  • Provide useful information on child development.
  • Share safety tips for children.
  • Help families identify their baby's needs (or child's needs) and find appropriate resources.
  • Support family members in the home while they tend to their child's needs or their own needs.
  • Help families get a medical provider.
  • Link families with resources for child care and other support, as needed.


  • Support positive health for newborns and mothers.
  • Reduce family and parent stressors.
  • Support overall wellbeing of families.
  • Improve coordination with other community resources and supports.
  • Help families develop and attain their goals.


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Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians

Program: "Parents as Teachers"

Participants: Mothers (including during pregnacy), children (prenatal through the 3rd birthday), and families.

Serving: Rolette County and Turtle Mountain. 


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Sacred Beginnings, Spirit Lake Nation

Program: "Parents as Teachers"

Participants: Mothers (including during prenancy), infants (through age one), and families; enrolled families can be in the program through the child's 3rd birthday.

Serving: Benson County, Ramsey County, and Spirit Lake. 


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"The ND Maternal and Early Childhood Home Visiting Directory" is available via download. For paper copies, contact 701.223.9052 or info @


The North Dakota Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Project is made possible through funding from the federal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program in the Department of Human Resources and Services Administration.


For more information, contact Sandy Tibke, Executive Director, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 701.223.9052.