Home Visitation

Home visitors work to develop a trusting relationship with families and support parents in overcoming the many challenges of daily life.

Current Programs

Attachment & Bio-Behavioral Catch-Up (ABC)

Caring for a baby is tough. No matter how many books you read or people who give you advice, nothing can prepare you for the responsibility of raising a child. But the help you need is just a knock away! The Family Tree’s free ABC Program is designed for parents of babies ages 6 months to 18 months. Our trained educators help parents bond with their infant, create healthy attachment and ensure baby is growing healthy.

Healthy Families

In collaboration with Prevent Child Abuse America, Health Care Access Maryland and other health care providers, we are proud to offer this research-based home visitation service designed for expecting parents in Baltimore. It offers free support services that include pre-natal and peri-natal medical care, parenting education, skill building resources and connections to community-based programs. Plus, we can serve any Spanish-speaking pregnant mom in the city.

This program, which offers ongoing support up until the child is 3 years old, is recognized by the U.S. Department of HHS as one of seven proven home visiting models.

Parent Assistance in the Home (PATH)

PATH is a free and voluntary home visitation program that supports parents in their efforts to care for their family, whether it’s raising a toddler or a teen. Our trained educators focus on parenting skills, positive discipline, stress and communication, children succeeding in school, links to community services and more. This service is offered in Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Prince George’s County.

Family Connects Maryland

Family Connects Maryland is a short-term home visiting service for select Baltimore City moms who deliver at Sinai Hospital. The program is free and voluntary, and home visits are done by a registered nurse.

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