In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    Six shortcomings of Baltimore’s old home visiting programs.

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    The city’s new approach, rooted in two evidence-based home visiting models.

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    How Baltimore is using data to monitor its new, unified system.

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    What challenges the city encountered during this transition.

Key Takeaway

120 infants died in Baltimore in 2008; it was a call to action—and a call for change

In 2009 and 2010, Baltimore kicked off an eight-step journey to transform its broken system of home-visiting programs. Five years, two evidence-based models and one streamlined service delivery system later, the city is well positioned to help even its most vulnerable families secure a healthier, brighter tomorrow.  

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