Take Root Home Visitation is an evidence-informed, secondary prevention program that targets military and civilian families who are or may be at risk for maltreatment. The program is delivered in a face-to-face format by home visitation specialists to parents and caregivers of infants and children from birth to 3 years of age.

Home visitors are trained in Take Root Home Visitation via an in-person training provided by a team of Take Root Home Visitation trainers. Access to the Online Repository is granted only to those who have attended an in-person training.

Take Root Home Visitation is currently being beta tested.

What type of training is available?
In-person training is available for home visitation professionals.

How does one get trained in Take Root Home Visitation?
If you are interested in training home visitation professionals in Take Root Home Visitation, please email thrive@psu.edu.

 

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