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HOME VISITING

Safe Spaces to Ask Questions if you are pregnant, have an infant or a young child.

What Is Home Visiting?

A home visitor will:

  • Listen to your parenting stories
  • Help with new options for day-to-day needs like transportation, diapers and car seats
  • Connect you and your family to quality health care
  • Think through healthy food choices, from breastfeeding, to formula needs, to first foods
  • Assist in getting your home ready for bringing a baby home
  • Offer ideas to help soothe an upset child
  • Support your baby's growth and strength

Friendly and Trained

A friendly and trained home visitor will come to you to support you throughout your pregnancy and in being a new Mom. Your trained home visitor will meet with you regularly at a time that works for you and your family. Each home visit lasts about an hour and focuses on empowering you to give your child a Great Start.



All programs are free and voluntary. 

How Will This Help Me?

Watching your child grow is both amazing and challenging. Help is available and we can make finding it easier.

Call us toll free at 844-321-GROW (4769) and we'll work with you to find the best program for your needs. When you call, we connect you with a trained home visitor who comes to you. We are available 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Or, leave a message and we'll call you back within 24 hours.

You Will Qualify If:

You live in Wayne County, are pregnant, have an infant or young child and live on a limited income.

Call 844-321-GROW (4769) toll free and we will help connect you to a FREE Home Visiting program. If you do not qualify for a free home visiting program in our network, we will research other programs and resources to find a fit for you in Wayne County. Our goal is to empower families in Wayne County to give themselves and their families a better life.

These home visiting services are wonderful.  I wish we knew about them earlier.

Grandmother looking for services for her daughter and newborn granddaughter

I needed resources but did not know how to ask for them! 

Soon to be new Mom!

The HUB staff was helpful in my time of need!  They took the time to provide resources I knew about and teach me about new resources in the community. We are ready to start Early Head Start Home Visiting Services! 

Natika Riley

 I am going to have my sister call the line too! The call line offers links to very diverse programs to fit a wide range of needs. 

A new mother of twins

Kudos to 321 Grow. I called on Monday to make a referral for a 2 year old sibling to my 1 month old client. I talked to mom this morning who indicated that someone was coming out next week. I thought that was rather quick. Mom and I were indeed impressed.
                                                                                            

Anjanette Davenport Hatter, LMSW Executive Director, Harambee Care

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What happens when I call for help?

A: We will work with you to find a program that best meets your needs.
Then within 2-7 days you should expect to be contacted to schedule your first home visit.


Q: Do I need to have Medicaid to receive home visiting services?

A: Some providers require Medicaid but there are others that do not.
Call (844) 321-Grow to learn more!

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© 2015. WCGROW | The Information Center. All right reserved This resource was made possible by Grant Number D89MC23151, the Maternal, Infant & Early Childhood Home Visiting Program, from the U.S. Department of Health Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Health Resources and Services Administration. Everybody Ready serves as Fiduciary for this grant and along with Great Start Collaborative-Wayne lead a Wayne County partnership for the operations of the HUB provided by The Information Center. Funding for the website provided by the Michigan Department of Community Health and the Kellogg Foundation through the Institute for Population Health.