Virginia Home Visiting Data

Home Visiting Services

Early Impact Virginia collects data from home visiting programs annually to track the number of families and children served, screenings provided and workforce trends. The 2019 EIV Infographic below highlights the work of EIV over the past year and shows the impact of home visiting programs across the Commonwealth.

Number of Home Visits

Together, Virginia’s seven home visiting programs provided over 82,000 home visits to more than 9,000 families living in 122 communities in all parts of the Commonwealth. Click here for a list of families served by model and locality for 2018.

Need for Home Visits

One out of every three young children would benefit from home visiting in Virginia, but current services reach less than 10% of those in need.  Click here for a list of percentage of at-risk children served by locality.

Home Visiting Professional Development

In 2019, did you know that…
1,002 Home visitors participated in
47 Classroom-based trainings, that totaled
502 Hours of professional development.
And, through the Institute
37 Total e-learning modules resulted in
8,771 Completed online trainings
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Not only do home visitors need to possess a complex array of knowledge and skills, but the work requires a unique temperament and a willingness to work in challenging environments.

EIV works with each of the state home visiting models to provide free, accessible, competency-based professional development opportunities for all home visiting staff members.

With over 30 on-line training modules and multiple classroom trainings, Early Impact Virginia is a leader in home visitor professional development.

All training is developed collaboratively with state and local early childhood professionals and designed to meet the needs of staff, regardless of program model.