Funding for home visiting programs in Illinois
Why This Indicator Matters
In FY 2014, some funding for Parents Too Soon (non-GRF) was shifted to the Department of Public Health. This funding did not involve home visiting.
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Funding for home visiting programs
Dollar amounts in thousands.
Home visiting programs offer a variety of family-focused services to expectant parents and families with new babies and young children. They address issues such as maternal and child health, positive parenting practices, safe home environments, and access to services.
GRF = General Revenue Fund
Illinois Office of the Comptroller and Governor's Office of Management and Budget.
MIECHV: Governor's Office of Early Childhood Development
Footnotes: Total MIECHV funds include federal formula and competitive grant funding by federal fiscal year.
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Illinois KIDS COUNT is a project of Voices and is part of a nationwide network of state-level projects supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The annual Illinois KIDS COUNT report is widely regarded as the most thorough examination of the children's lives in the state. It uses the best available data to monitor the educational, social-emotional, economic, and physical well-being of Illinois children. The report and accompanying information is available at www.voices4kids.org.