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Interested in Joining our Home Visiting Provider Network?

 

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Home Visiting provider with Ohio Help Me Grow. As a part of Ohio’s prenatal to age three system of family supports, we strive to create and maintain a highly skilled network of exceptional providers to help ensure that all children in Ohio have a healthy birth and the best possible start in life.

Our relationship with you is foundational to the health and well-being of the children and families we serve. If the opportunity for partnership develops, you will find that we seek and pursue opportunities to collaborate with you with the goal of setting the standard for the field of Home Visiting innovation and outcome performance.

The information on this page serves as a new provider took kit for those interested in becoming a home visiting provider. Should you have any questions regarding the process, please do not hesitate to contact us along the way.

Ohio Help Me Grow
Ohio Department of Health
246 N. High Street  5th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215
P: (614) 644-8389  F: (614) 728-9163
hmg@odh.ohio.gov

Ohio Home Visiting Provider Tool Kit


About Home Visiting

Zero to Three Home Visiting Community Planning Tool PDF (716KB) - New tool from Zero to Three for those interested in establishing new or expanding existing home visiting services. Provides assistance to potential providers in evaluating essential factors in ensuring quality service delivery, as well as meeting the expressed need of the community.

What is Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness?

Overview of the Implementation Guidelines for the Home Visiting Models

Maximizing the Impact of State Early Childhood Home Visitation Programs 

Ten Evidence-Based Practices for Home Visiting Programs

Home Visiting and Maternal Depression: Seizing the Opportunities to Help Mothers and Youth Children 

 

Building a Community Coalition

Building Coalitions Fact Sheet Series – The Ohio State University has assembled a series of useful fact sheets on the positive outcomes for communities when family and child serving organizations collaborate effectively.

Community Tool Box – Developed by the University of Kansas, this helpful resource provides education models that aim to help build healthier communities.

Fieldstone Alliance- A collection of free articles and worksheets about community/coalition building, working cross-culturally, and effective non-profit management.

Community Conversation Guide – Home visiting planning tool for local communities developed by Wisconsin Department of Children & Families.

 

What Does Being Evidence-Based Mean?

Evidence-Based Practice - The Marriage of Research and Clinical Services

Supporting Home Visitors in Evidence-Based Programs: Experiences of EBHV Grantees

Evidence-based Practice: Myths and Realities

The Science of Early Childhood

 

Program Sustainability

Tool Kit for Program Sustainability

Program Sustainability: Developing Strategies for Maintaining Programs

Planning for Program Sustainability

Billing for Home Visiting Services in Ohio

 

Resources for Implementing High Quality Home Visiting

ZERO TO THREE - Look, listen, and learn: Reflective supervision and relationship-based work

What Makes Supervision Work: Reflections from The Home Visiting Field

Reflective Supervision: Supporting Reflection as a Cornerstone of Competency 

 

Application Information

Steps Required to be a State of Ohio Vendor

 HMG Home Visiting Provider Application
    Provider Application Addendum

Contractor How to Guidance

Declaration of Non Assistance to Terrorist Organizations

Rate Calculator
Rate Calculator Explanation

Time & Activity

Home Visiting Homepage

 

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Content last reviewed 9/24/2014 – Page last updated 9/24/2014