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Healthy Outcomes through Prevention & Early Support (HOPES) is a flexible community grant that funds a wide variety of innovative initiatives and supports for families with children 0-5 years of age.
Supports typically include home visiting services, as well as other supports that build protective factors, such as parent support groups, maternal depression screening, early literacy promotion, case management, and parent education. HOPES grants also include local collaborations with health care, faith-based organizations, child welfare, early childhood education, and other child and family services in the community.
2014Program Start Date
8,131Youth/Families Served Annually
$906,960Average Grantee Budget
Who We Serve
Families with children ages 0-5 years old who are considered at risk for abuse and neglect.
How We Measure Success
Children remain safe during services, within 1 year (98.8% in FY20) and 3 years (94.8% in FY20).
Increase in protective factors, such as family functioning and resiliency, social supports, and nurturing/attachment (86% of caregivers in FY20).
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