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Research Proves It.

Our models have a profound impact on children’s lives. We have over 50 years of research to back it up.

We love to get analytical. If you do too, you can download the documents below, which detail our rigorous research studies and effective outcomes from across the country.

School and Program Outcomes


Longterm School & Life Success Outcomes
New York, NY
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School Readiness Outcomes
Buffalo, NY
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Kindergarten & 3rd Grade Readiness Outcomes
King County, WA
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Research Summary
King County, WA
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Kindergarten Readiness Outcomes
Pittsfield, MA
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High School Graduation Rate Outcomes
Pittsfield, MA
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ORS PCHP FCC Evaluation Report 2018

Core Model Research Reports


Importance and Impact of Parent-Child Interactions
Impact of ParentChild+ for English Language Users
How ParentChild+ Helps Reduce the Risk of Neglect & Abuse
How ParentChild+ Strengthens Families
ParentChild+ Cost Effectiveness
Research Sources and References

News

October 8, 2019

New Brief Highlights Ways to Improve Home Visiting Programs for Immigrants and Dual Language Learner...

Home visiting programs aim to support the wellbeing of families and their young children by providing resources such as information, training, screenings, and referrals to services that benefit young children. However, research suggests that immigrant and dual language learner (DLL) families are often underrepresented in home visiting programs….

October 3, 2019

Local Woman Honored For Lifetime Commitment To Family Literacy, Patch, October 2019...

SOUTHOLD, NY — A local woman will be honored Thursday for her tireless work to imbue a love of literacy in the next generation. The Southold Anti-Bias Task Force will celebrate Sarah Benjamin, awarding her the 2019 Helen W. Prince Award at a ceremony to be held at…

September 27, 2019

Examining the Feasibility of Using Home Visiting Models to Support Home-Based Child Care Providers, ...

Please read this terrific report from Child Trends on why Family Child Care providers not only need professional development supports that are designed specifically for them but deserve an approach that celebrates and acknowledges the unique and extraordinary benefit they provide to the communities in which they work….

September 3, 2019

Forming Early Learning Habits: Newark ParentChild+ Families and Their Toddlers Redefine Their Homes...

The Newark Trust for Education began implementing ParentChild+ in the summer of 2018. As the work began, their staff observed “how the home environment begins to change; how caregivers, while integrating the new elements provided by the program, build on and name elements already present in the home…

September 3, 2019

Leveraging the Potential of Home Visiting Programs to Serve Immigrant and Dual Language Learner ...

Home visiting, a two-generation program model that serves young children alongside their caretakers as well as expecting mothers in their homes, has proven to be an effective tool in supporting children’s school readiness, health, and social-emotional development. Though such programs have been around for decades, home visiting has…

September 3, 2019

Opening Doors With the ParentChild+ Program: Using the Power of Relationship to Change Lives...

The ParentChild+ model was developed more than 50 years ago and has provided tens of thousands of vulnerable families across America with positive outcomes. Originally known as the Mother-Child Home Program and later, the Parent-Child Home Program, this home visiting models supports families affected by poverty and societal…

July 3, 2019

Metropolitan Ministries 2019 ParentChild+ Graduation Featured on Local News...

The Metropolitan Ministries ParentChild+ site’s graduation was highlighted by Fox 13 in Tampa. They did not use our new name, but a nice piece about Metropolitan Ministries work with families. Please click here to watch.

May 30, 2019

GreenLight Fund Invests $1 Million in Early-Childhood Initiative...

Imagine walking into a classroom for the first time having never held a book, done a puzzle, or used safety scissors. You don’t know how to sit still for storytime. You don’t even speak the same language as your peers or teachers. According to Sarah Walzer, CEO of…

May 29, 2019

GreenLight Fund Charlotte Announces $1M Investment in Children and Families...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Carrie Cook ccook@greenlightfund.org 980-292-1749 GreenLight Fund Charlotte Announces $1M Investment in Children and Families Helping Move Charlotte from Its 50th of 50 Ranking Nationally in Economic Mobility Charlotte, NC – May 29, 2019 – After a comprehensive selection process in collaboration with local community…

May 8, 2019

Opinion: Gov. Newsom’s third-grade reading focus right on target...

While reading about Gov. Gavin Newsom’s cradle-to-career education agenda, my stomach lurched learning about his focus on third-grade reading. Numerous studies have shown the connection between third-grade literacy and further academic and professional success. Students who read at appropriate third-grade reading levels are four times more likely to…

March 7, 2019

This New York City charter network is taking its lessons to toddlers...

Preschool is already too late, if you ask Ian Rowe. The head of Public Prep charter schools in New York City believes that, when it comes to setting students up for academic success, the key is starting earlier. Much, much earlier. That’s why the network has teamed up…

February 14, 2019

The ‘transformative power’ of reaching children before kindergarten...

Mothers dropping off their children at one of Public Prep’s elementary campuses — in either the Bronx, New York, or the Lower East Side of Manhattan — often have a much younger child with them in a stroller or carriage. It’s a scene that would often leave Ian…

Events

November 2019

GreenLight Fund | Bay Area NEXT 2019

November 7 @ 6:00

St. Regis San Francisco
125 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

May 2020

Annual Conference (May 12-13)

May 12

Long Island Marriott
101 James Doolittle Boulevard
Uniondale, NY 11553

November 2019

2019 Annual Gala

November 15 @ 6:30 PM

The Mandarin Oriental
80 Columbus Circle
New York City

October 2019

Cradle And Career: What Can Workforce Development Learn From Early Childhood Development And Care?

October 2

September 2019

“From the Beginning.. Early Childhood Development and the Role of Fathers” Conference

September 18

The School District of Philadelphia
440 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130

November 2019

ParentChild+ National Conference

November 14 @ May 1st - May 2nd

101 James Doolittle Boulevard
Uniondale, NY 11553

Success Stories

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Blog

July 2, 2019

ParentChild+ Partners with WGBH to introduce PEEP Family Science Apps...

This post was written by Gay Mohrbacher, Senior Project Manager, WGBH Education.  Last summer, WGBH (Boston’s PBS station), invited ParentChild+ to learn about a new series of digital apps designed to engage families in science learning. These PEEP Family Science apps introduce STEM content and skills to 3-5-year-olds…

March 11, 2019

Incorporating Early Numeracy into Art Activities...

Art Activities Shape Collage Making collages is a great way to support early math development. Cutting out paper shapes with your child provides opportunities to count the number of sides of each shape, become familiar with their names. You can help your child think about how the pieces…

December 17, 2018

Winter Books and Winter Hats!...

Winter is here! For many areas, this new season means chillier temperatures and lots of layers. Talk with your children about how we stay warm when it gets cold – ask them what their favorite winter clothing is, and what type of winter weather they like best. Here…

December 12, 2018

Response to Proposed Public Charge Rule...

December 8, 2018   Submitted via www.regulations.gov   Samantha Deshommes, Chief Regulatory Coordination Division, Office of Policy and Strategy U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Department of Homeland Security 20 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20529-2140   Re: DHS Docket No. USCIS-2010-0012, RIN 1615-AA22, Comments in Response to Proposed…

December 3, 2018

December Children's Books...

The winter holiday season is upon us! While we may celebrate different holidays or no winter holidays, there are many common themes across this winter season and many wonderful cross-cultural stories to share – snow (whether it snows where you live or you only see it on television)…

November 29, 2018

The Power of Prevention: Why Investing Early Makes Sense...

  This blog post was written by PCHP Massachusetts State Program Director Carol Rubin     On Friday November 9th, members of the Parent-Child Home Program’s (PCHP) MA Advisory Council along with State Director Carol Rubin presented at the MA Association of School Committees/MA Association of School Superintendents Joint…

November 16, 2018

Fall Children's Books...

It’s Fall! The perfect time to share picture books about the changing leaves and the cooler weather. Here are some books about fall that can be found in your local library. There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves by Lucille Colandro This autumn-themed book takes the…

October 18, 2018

Supporting Families in their Home Language is an Essential Component of PCHP...

In a monolingual world, being the home visiting program that promotes learning in each family’s home language often feels like an uphill battle. To say that I have encountered a few skeptics along the way would be an understatement. At times, all the push back and obstacles have…

September 24, 2018

Fall Fun!...

It is fall! Soon many of us will see a landscape filled with beautiful red and orange leaves, feel crisp nights, and taste pumpkin-flavored everything! This is a great time to teach your children about all the different things that fall brings. Fall is so much more than…

September 4, 2018

School Nerves...

Starting kindergarten is an extremely exciting time for both you and your children, however, it can also be very nerve-wracking! It is a natural for both parents and children to be wary and anxious about this next step. A great way to support your children as they start…

September 4, 2018

Back To School Time!...

Who can forget the excitement of starting school?! From socializing on the school bus, to opening a fresh pack of crayons, back-to-school time can be a time to create great memories and excitement about learning!         Tips for Kindergarten Success!   Create a “tomorrow” drawer, cubby,…

August 7, 2018

Keep Your Child Engaged During the Summer!...

Summer is a great opportunity for learning! You can get outside and explore the world around you, read great books that will take you to different places, and have many conversations with your children about the things they see. Keeping children’s brains and bodies engaged during the summer…

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