Undergraduate Certificate in Family Home Visiting
Few universities across the country offer the unique educational opportunity of the Family Home Visiting Certificate. This program prepares students to provide in-home services to families who are engaged in a variety of programs designed to strengthen the family, or assist a child with a specific need. Select examples of home visits includes working with families:
- At risk for child abuse and neglect
- Who need additional parenting skills
- Whose children are involved in First Steps
- Who are adopting a child
- Whose children attend Head Start
Home visiting occurs in a variety of fields, including:
- Early Childhood Education
- Child and Family Studies
- Education (Elementary, Middle, and High School)
- Social Work
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
For more information about the program, fill out the form below.
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