What is Help Me Grow?
Help Me Grow offers two voluntary programs: Home Visitation and Early Intervention.
When you contact Central Coordination, our staff will help refer you to the program that will work best for your family.
When you make a referral for Early Intervention services, you are assigned to a Service Coordinator who will be with your family during your time in the program. If your child has a developmental delay or disability, your service coordinator will help you navigate our system by:
- Completing developmental screenings;
- Coordinating a developmental evaluation and assessment;
- Helping you choose which service providers will meet your family’s unique needs;
- Facilitating the development of your Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP);
- And helping your child transition from Early Intervention services at age 3.
Help Me Grow Home Visitation is primarily for first-time parents who have a child younger than six months old. Income guidelines may apply.
Trained Home Visitors can answer questions about pregnancy or being a parent. They work with families to set and reach their goals.
Home Visiting services include:
- Parenting education;
- Developmental Screenings;
- Referrals for community resources as needed;
- and transition from Home Visitation at age 3.