Early Impact Virginia is the

Alliance for Early Childhood Home Visiting.

Early Impact Virginia, formerly the Home Visiting Consortium, advances the delivery of high quality, efficient services that improve the health, social and educational outcomes for new and expecting parents, young children, and their families within safe homes and connected communities so that children grow up healthy and ready to learn.

Early Impact Virginia:

  • GUIDES through coaching, professional development, and technical assistance for high quality services.
  • LEADS in resource development, innovation, efficiency, and advocacy to sustain and expand high quality services.
  • COLLABORATES and coordinates home-based services across public and private agencies for greater impact.
  • FACILITATES RESEARCH through data collection, analysis, and evaluation for continuous improvement and growth.

Member Organizations:

Home Visiting Models:

  • CHIP of Virginia
  • Early Head Start
  • Healthy Families
  • Healthy Start/Loving Steps
  • Nurse Family Partnership
  • Parents as Teachers
  • Resource Mothers

Early Childhood Partners:

  • Early Childhood Mental Health Virginia
  • Early Childhood Special Education @ Virginia Department of Education
  • Early Intervention/Part C @ Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services
  • Head Start Collaboration Office
  • Health Education and Design Group @ James Madison University
  • Project Link @ Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Development Services
  • Reach Out and Read Carolinas
  • Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Virginia Department of Health
  • Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services
  • Virginia Department of Social Services

For more information on evidence-based home visiting, click here.

Click here for a statewide directory of programs.

Virginia Home Visiting Snapshot 2018

Home Visits
Professionals in the Home Visiting Workforce
Children Received Development Screenings
Cost per Family Served