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    Programs that visit the homes of parents who want to acquire the knowledge and skills to be effective in their parenting role and provide parenting education services in the family setting. The programs may focus on teen parents; parents who need to develop skills to handle a difficult child; families who want to learn school-readiness activities to share with their child; individuals for whom parenting is a new experience; families at risk for child abuse, neglect or out-of-home placement; or others who have issues that are most effectively resolved in the home environment.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    AIU First Steps Parenting ProgramHome visitation program for mothers with newborns which, for the first five years of the child's life, offers parenting support; information on child development, and nutrition; and information on community resources for parents.AlleghenyAIU - Family and Community EducationAllegheny Intermediate Unit
    Child Advocates of Blair County Homebased Parent EducationHome visits to parents who want to acquire the knowledge and skills to be effective parents.BlairChild Advocates of Blair County Parent-Child Home ProgramChild Advocates of Blair County
    Community Action Partnership for Somerset County Home Based Parenting EducationHome based parenting education programs that include Parents As Teachers.SomersetCAPFSC The Family CenterCommunity Action Partnership for Somerset County
    Dickinson Center - Parents As Teachers (PAT)Parents As Teachers is an early childhood parent education and family support program. The program model consists of four components: (1) Personal visits offer parents age-appropriate child development information, help them to observe their child, address parenting concerns and engage the family in activities that provide meaningful parent-child interaction. (2) Group meetings provide opportunities for families to share information about parenting issues and observe their children in a social setting. (3) Screenings are conducted to provide early identification of developmental delays and health, vision, and hearing problems and increase parents' understanding of their child's development. (4) A resource network helps families identify and connect with needed resources, and overcome barriers to accessing services.ElkDickinson Center - St. Mary's Children's CenterDickinson Center
    Family Center ServicesFamily Center programming supports the entire family by providing in-home support and education, parenting classes and programming especially for fathers. Through these program options parents develop skills needed for all the challenges of parenting to ensure their little ones are school-ready.DauphinTri County Community ActionTri County Community Action
    Guidance Center - Bradford Family Center - Nurturing Parenting ProgramHome-based parenting program.McKeanGuidance Center - Bradford Family CenterGuidance Center
    Guidance Center - Bradford Family Center - Parents As TeachersA free early childhood curriculum, delivered in the home. Focuses on reinforcing parent-child interaction and enhancing knowledge of child development. Developmental, hearing, and vision screenings provided.McKeanGuidance Center - Bradford Family CenterGuidance Center
    Guidance Center - Coudersport Office - Parents As TeachersFree home visiting program that promotes child development and early learning, Playgroups, Developmental screenings, Resource and referral network.PotterGuidance Center - Coudersport OfficeGuidance Center
    Guidance Center - DuBois Office - Parents As TeachersFree home visiting program that promotes child development and early learning, Playgroups, Developmental screenings, Resource and referral network.ClearfieldGuidance Center - DuBois OfficeGuidance Center
    Guidance Center - Kane Family Center - Parents As TeachersA free early childhood curriculum, delivered in the home. Focuses on reinforcing parent-child interaction and enhancing knowledge of child development. Developmental, hearing, and vision screenings provided.McKeanGuidance Center - Kane OfficeGuidance Center
    Guidance Center - Smethport Family Center - Parents As TeachersA free early childhood curriculum, delivered in the home. Focuses on reinforcing parent-child interaction and enhancing knowledge of child development. Developmental, hearing, and vision screenings provided.McKeanGuidance Center - Smethport OfficeGuidance Center
    Guidance Center-St. Marys Office-Parents as TeachersFree home visiting program that promotes child development and early learning, Playgroups, Developmental screenings, Resource and referral network.ElkGuidance Center - St. Marys OfficeGuidance Center
    Head Start - Home BasedHead Start for children 3-5 years of age and children with special needs. Children and families receive a 1 1/2 hour weekly home visits. Parents and a Parent Educator work together to meet the child's educational, physical social and emotional needs. Prepares children for Kindergarten.ButlerButler County Children's Center - Head StartButler County Children's Center, Inc.
    Healthy START, Inc. PittsburghWe are a home visiting program whose mission is to prevent infant mortality. To that end, we provide case management and information and referrals to families for community-based health and social services. We emphasize prenatal care, support for low birthweight infants, breastfeeding, health education, family planning, and other support services that assist in the reduction of infant mortality. We also provide postpartum depression screening and referral as well as breastfeeding, childbirth prep, and parenting classes for mothers. We also offer parenting classes for eligible fathers as well as case management services for them. We also offer some baby safety equipment for eligible participants.AlleghenyHealthy START, Inc.Healthy START, Inc.
    Holy Family Institute In-Home Family Counseling - Allegheny CountyAn intensive, in-home crisis intervention and family treatment program which provides counseling and support services to "at risk" families. When families experience multiple and serious occurrences of neglect and abuse and are unable to go to agencies outside of the home in order to obtain the assistance they need, HFI professionals work with the family in their home, connecting them with the resources that will address their specific needs.AlleghenyHoly Family Institute In-Home Family CounselingHoly Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute In-Home Family Counseling - Armstrong CountyAn intensive, in-home crisis intervention and family treatment program which provides counseling and support services to "at risk" families. When families experience multiple and serious occurrences of neglect and abuse and are unable to go to agencies outside of the home in order to obtain the assistance they need, HFI professionals work with the family in their home, connecting them with the resources that will address their specific needs.ArmstrongHoly Family Institute In-Home Family CounselingHoly Family Institute
    Home Based Parenting EducationHome visits to parents who want to learn skills to be effective parentsBedfordAllegheny Lutheran Social Ministries Family CenterAllegheny Lutheran Social Ministries
    Home VisitsOpen to pregnant moms and/or families with children from birth through kindergarten who reside in Perry County. or Capital Area Head Start who reside in Perry County. -Personalized home visits offered twice a month by a Parent As Teacher certified Family Educator. -Information and guidance on parent education, child development, constructive play, and more. -Periodic developmental screenings to ensure that the children have no undetected problems. -A referral network to help the family find special services, if needed that is beyond the scope of the Family Center. -A free home visitation program to prepare children for school.PerryPerry County Family CenterPerry County Family Center
    Lifesteps, Inc. - Crisis Child Care - ButlerIn Butler County, with proper approval and in conjunction with Children and Youth Services, families in crisis may receive child care at no charge to alleviate stress and help families with child care predicaments. Service must be approved by the county Children and Youth Services.ButlerLifesteps - Family ServicesLifesteps
    Parents as TeachersDeliver home-based Parents as Teachers services to low-income families in Berks County.BerksNurse Family Partnership/Parents As TeachersCommunity Prevention Partnership of Berks County
    Parents As Teachers (PAT) and Fulton FatherhoodParents As Teachers (PAT) is a parenting program available to any Fulton County Parents - from pregnancy through children 5 years of age. No income requirement or cap. As a participant you will receive: - Personalized home visits by a certified Parent Educator, specially trained in child development and eager to help you give your child a great start. - Group meetings with other parents, where you can share parenting experiences, gain new insights, and talk about topics that interest you. Great for social and emotional development. - Information and guidance, beginning even before your baby is born, on preparing for your baby, home safety, what to expect as your child develops, effective discipline, constructive play and more. - Periodic screening to ensure that your child is at their developmental age. - A referral network that can help you find special services. The home - centered partnership that works! The Fulton Fatherhood Initiative is designed to aid and support fathers in their very important role. FCFP and it's staff believe that parents are their child's first and most important teachers and promote activities and programming to bring this message to families. The Fulton Fatherhood Initiative has been developed to aid and support fathers in the child's growth and development. Various activities will help educate fathers on pregnancy and birth, child development, creating family stability, and continued support throughout their child's life. FultonFulton County Family Partnership, Inc.Fulton County Family Partnership, Inc.
    Snyder County Children and Youth Services - Home Based Parenting EducationSnyder County Children and Youth is able to visit the homes of parents who want to acquire the knowledge and skills to be effective in their parenting role and provide parenting education services in the family setting. The programs may focus on teen parents; parents who need to develop skills to handle a difficult child; families who want to learn school-readiness activities to share with their child; individuals for whom parenting is a new experience; families at risk for child abuse, neglect or out-of-home placement; or others who have issues that are most effectively resolved in the home environment.SnyderSnyder County Children and Youth ServicesSnyder County Children and Youth Services
    The Bair Foundation of Pennsylvania Altoona Office Home Based Parenting EducationParenting education provided in an individual's or family's home.BlairThe Bair Foundation of Pennsylvania Altoona OfficeThe Bair Foundation
    The CARE Center of Indiana County - Family Preservation ServicesA home visitation program which assists parents in the development of skills needed to ensure safe and healthy care of their children. Working in-home, the Family Preservation Specialist staff assesses parenting abilities, areas of strength, and areas that need improvement when parenting. Following the assessment process, families develop goals regarding parenting, housing, establishing a support system, etc. Family Preservation services are provided through a Strength Based Perspective.IndianaThe CARE Center of Indiana CountyThe CARE Center of Indiana County
    United Way of Blair County Homebased Parent EducationPrograms that visit the homes of parents who want to acquire the knowledge and skills to be effective in their parenting role and provide parenting education services in the family setting. The programs focus on parents with infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children, parent-child interaction, development center parenting, and family well being.BlairUnited Way of Blair CountyUnited Way of Blair County

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