IN THIS UPDATE : January 2013

MIHOPE Update – Welcome to the first MIHOPE Update! MIHOPE is designed to build knowledge for policymakers and practitioners about the effectiveness of the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV) in improving outcomes for at-risk children and families. Updates will be shared every few months to inform stakeholders of project progress, milestones and related information. Sign up for Updates.


MIHOPE Project DescriptionMIHOPE Project Description 

MIHOPE studies the effectiveness and cost of MIECHV home visiting programs, an important strategy for serving families with young children funded through the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  More >>


 MIHOPE Study States

MIHOPE is underway, already collecting data in two states, and six additional states will launch the study in the next few months.  We expect about 12 states to be enrolled in the study.  More >>


State MIECHV Home Visiting Programs

Home visiting provides support services to families with young children across the U.S. The federal MIECHV program funds a variety of evidence-based home visiting services throughout the states, tribes, and territories, although MIHOPE is focused on states offering specific program models.  More >>


The Hope of MIHOPE

Listen to the MIHOPE federal project officer highlight the role of MIHOPE in informing the federal and state policy discussion.  More >>




The latest from the MIHOPE project. More >>