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California Home Visiting Program (CHVP)

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April 2020

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This publication was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $20,813,184 with (0) percentage financed with non¬governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government. All CHVP participants who are served by a home visitor for whom at least 25% of his/her personnel costs are paid with Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting funding are reported to HRSA.

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Demographic Summary

Federal Fiscal Year 2018-2019 (10/1/18—9/30/19)​

Early childhood home visiting pairs nurses or paraprofessionals with pregnant and newly parenting women. Trained home visitors provide support and education to families to promote positive parenting and improve child health and development. The California Home Visiting Program (CHVP) administers funds from the federal Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting grant. During the 2018-19 federal fiscal year, CHVP funded 23 local home visiting programs implementing one of two evidence-based home visiting models—Healthy Families America or Nurse-Family Partnership. 

​Category
Result
Participants Served 1
Mothers
2,979
Index Children
2,318
Mother's Age
<=17
9.0%
18-21 26.0%
22-29 41.4%
30-34 14.5%
35+ 9.1%
Mother's Race/Ethnicity 2
American Indian or Alaska Native 0.5%
Asian 4.8%
Black or African American 9.8%
Hispanic or Latina 56.8%
Native Hawaiian or other 0.6%
Pacific Islander
White
18.0%
Multi-Race 3.2%
Unknown
6.3%
Mother's Employment Status
​Employed ​39.1%
Unemployed
57.2%
Unknown 3.7%
Marital Status Single, Never married 65.2%
Married 28.7%
Divorced, Widowed, or Separated 2.4%
Unknown 3.7%
Mother's Insurance Status
Medi-Cal 80.8%
Private or other 10.2%
No Insurance 4.9%
Unknown 4.2%
Household Income (% Federal Poverty Level) 3
<= 50% 35.6%
51-100% 17.5%
>=101% 21.2%
Unknown 25.7%
Mother's Educational Attainment
Less than high school 22.8%
Diploma High school diploma (including GED) 30.6%
Some college/Vocational certificate/AA degree 33.4%
College graduate 9.3%
Other/Unknown 3.9%
Index Child's Age
Under one year 39.8%
1-2 years 56.9%
3-6 years 3.3%
Index Child's Insurance Status
Medi-Cal 88.2%
Private or other
7.1%
No Insurance 1.8%
Unknown 2.9%

References

  1. A percentage of mothers are still pregnant at the end of the reporting period, resulting in a greater number of mothers than index children. An “index child” is the primary enrolled child.

  2. Participants of Hispanic ethnicity are coded as Hispanic, regardless of race. All other race categories (including unknown) include Non-Hispanic participants. 

  3. Household income is the total yearly income of the mother and anyone else living in the household who financially supports the mother or index child. 

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