The Coordinated Intake Worker works under the governors office MIECHV program to provide a single-point of entry for families seeking home-visiting services and connections to other community resources.
Groups meet once a month via ZOOM.
The Governors Office of Early Childhood Development Start Early, formally known as The Ounce of Prevention Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV) Comprehensive Behavioral Health Center Coordinated Intake
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IGROW is the Illinois symbol for quality evidence-based home visiting services to expectant parents and families with new babies and young children. IGROW offers evidence based, intensive services that: 1. Promotes family self-sufficiency. 2. Has a positive effect on parenting. 3. Reduces child maltreatment 4. Increases kindergarten readiness. 5. Promotes parent-child attachment. 6. Provide developmental screening. 7. Provide linkage to community resources and services such as: medical providers, WIC, DHS, DCFS, CHASI, shelters, pantries, childcare, utility assistance, community events, Intergovernmental Grants, Violence Prevention, Housing Authority, Mental Health, Employment, and Education.