Home Visiting Programs Report

Overall Data

Number of HV Programs: 19
Number of Supervisors Across HV Programs: 27
Total Number of Families: 754
Total Number of Home Visitors: 640
Group Supervision Sessions One-on-one Supervision Sessions Joint Visits Training Sessions Provided
Overall (total) 132 101 1 13
Agency 000 1 0 0 0
Agency 025 66 0 0 11
Agency 039 11 27 0 0
Agency 043 4 0 0 1
Agency 073 9 0 0 0
Agency 077 24 70 0 1
Agency 082 17 4 1 0

Reflective Consultation with the HV Program Manager/Supervisor

Total Number of Supervision Sessions: 121
Average Number of Sessions in a Program: 9.3076923076923

Supervision Sessions Last Month:

Total Number of Sessions Last Month: 0

Focus of Sessions:

(List of categories with their percentage. Categories are currently TBD)
Total: Percentage:
Team relationships: 52 43%
Supervisor supervisee relationships: 70 57.9%
Supervisor experiences affecting the work: 24 19.8%
Supervisor stressors: 55 45.5%
Cultural Humility/Implicit bias: 11 9.1%
Adult mental health: 9 7.4%
Linkages to supports for HV: 15 12.4%
Trauma, loss, and grief: 9 7.4%
Boundaries: 11 9.1%
Decision-making: 36 29.8%
Other: 24 19.8%
Staff hiring : 1 0.8%
Mentoring supervisors: 1 0.8%
CPS relationship building: 1 0.8%
Conflict and opportunity: 1 0.8%
Growing collaborations: 1 0.8%
Reflective Supervision: 6 5%
New/changing staffing: 1 0.8%
History of staffing: 1 0.8%
Familiarize me to program, staff and structure: 1 0.8%
Program growth upcoming: 1 0.8%
Discuss useful training topics: 1 0.8%
Details of multi-county programming and management: 1 0.8%
IPV/DV issues for training: 1 0.8%
Building DHHS relationships: 1 0.8%
Transitions: 1 0.8%
programmatic stressors : 1 0.8%
Supervisee stressors affecting work: 1 0.8%

Reflective Consultation with Home Visitors

Total Home Visits: 233
Average Number of Home Visits in a Program: 15.53

1-on-1 Sessions:

Total Number of 1-on-1 Sessions: 101
Number of 1-on-1 Sessions in Last Month: 0
Total Length of 1-on-1 Sessions: 6555
Topics Addressed: Total: Percentage:
Stress of Home Visitor: 72 22.2%
HV Relationships with families: 58 17.9%
Adult mental health: 38 11.7%
Family relationships and dynamics: 31 9.6%
Parent/child Attachment/Relational Health: 23 7.1%
Boundaries, case transitioning: 21 6.5%
HV Relationship with Supervisors: 20 6.2%
Trauma, loss and grief for HV: 15 4.6%
Trauma, loss and grief of Family: 11 3.4%
HV Relationships with coworkers: 9 2.8%
Intervention planning: 5 1.5%
Linkages to supports for family: 5 1.5%
Child based developmental Guidance: 4 1.2%
Other: 4 1.2%
no show: 4 1.2%
Linkages to supports for HV: 2 0.6%
Child mental health: 1 0.3%
Referral for IMH services: 1 0.3%
Cultural Humility/Implicit bias: 0 0%

*"Other" category subsumes written entries under 2%

Group Sessions:

Total Number of Group Sessions: 132
Number of Group Sessions in Last Month: 0
Total Length of Group Sessions: 8880
Total Number of Group Session Attendees: 607
Topics Addressed: Total: Percentage:
HV Relationships with families: 65 15.2%
Stress of Home Visitor: 54 12.6%
Adult mental health: 52 12.1%
Family relationships and dynamics: 49 11.4%
Intervention planning: 24 5.6%
Parent/child Attachment/Relational Health: 24 5.6%
Boundaries, case transitioning: 23 5.4%
Trauma, loss and grief of Family: 21 4.9%
Child based developmental Guidance: 17 4%
Linkages to supports for family: 16 3.7%
Trauma, loss and grief for HV: 14 3.3%
Child mental health: 12 2.8%
HV Relationships with coworkers: 11 2.6%
HV Relationship with Supervisors: 10 2.3%
Other: 10 2.3%
Cultural Humility/Implicit bias: 8 1.9%
Linkages to supports for HV: 6 1.4%
IPV: 3 0.7%
training needs for group: 1 0.2%
HV challenges, introductions: 1 0.2%
Safety in HVs: 1 0.2%
Family Engagement: 1 0.2%
Crisis Planning: 1 0.2%
Values: 1 0.2%
Parallel Process: 1 0.2%
Programmatic Changes: 1 0.2%
mandated reporting: 1 0.2%
Programmatic stressors : 1 0.2%

*"Other" category subsumes written entries under 2%

Specialized Mental Health Training

Total Number of Attendees: 76
Topics Addressed: Total: Percentage:
Adult Relationships: 2 14.3%
Attachment and Relational Health: 2 14.3%
Mental health disorders- Adult: 2 14.3%
Other: 2 14.3%
Intimate partner violence: 1 7.1%
Health equity/Cultural and Implicit bias: 1 7.1%
Boundaries/Case transitioning: 1 7.1%
Engagement: 1 7.1%
Reflective Functioning: 1 7.1%
Screening/assessment for IPV/DV: 1 7.1%
Parallel Process: 0 0%
Mental health disorders- child: 0 0%
Substance abuse: 0 0%
Child abuse and neglect: 0 0%
Social emotional health- child: 0 0%
Community linkages: 0 0%
Trauma Loss and Grief: 0 0%
Child Development: 0 0%

*"Other" category subsumes written entries under 2%

Joint Home Visiting

Total Number of Families Across Programs: 1
Total Number of Joint Home Visits in all Programs: 1
Total Length of Coaching Sessions in all Programs: 45
Reasons for Joint Home Visits: Total: Percentage:
Linkages to supports for family: 1 100%
Child based developmental Guidance: 0 0%
Cultural Humility/Implicit bias: 0 0%
Adult mental health: 0 0%
Child mental health: 0 0%
Intervention planning: 0 0%
Family relationships and dynamics: 0 0%
Trauma, loss and grief of Family: 0 0%
Parent/child Attachment/Relational Health: 0 0%
HV Relationships with families: 0 0%
Boundaries, case transitioning: 0 0%
Other: 0 0%

*"Other" category subsumes written entries under 2%

Home Visiting Program Self-Efficacy Survey Results - statewide

Question: How confident are you that you can…
(1 = No Confidence, 2 = Low Confidence, 3 = Average Confidence, 4 = High Confidence, 5 = Extremely High Confidence)
Average Score: Standard Deviation:
1. Describe/discuss observations of infant or toddler, attentive to health, social, emotional, and cognitive capacities and the stories parents share? 1.60 1.20
2. Build a trusting relationship with my supervisor? 1.40 0.80
3. Feel safe to discuss emotional responses to infants and families in the context of supervision? 1.40 0.80
4. Regularly examine my thoughts, feelings, strengths, and growth areas? 1.60 1.20
5. Remain open to feedback from my supervisor about my work with infants and caregivers? 1.40 0.80
6. Describe/discuss observations of parent(s), attentive to strengths and concerns/risks? 1.80 1.60
7. Identify the parallels that may exist between my emotional responses and the experiences of the families and infants I serve? 1.40 0.80
8. Describe/discuss the interactions and developing relationship between parent and young child? 1.40 0.80
9. Consult with my supervisor to understand my own capacities and needs? 1.20 0.40
10. Discuss emotional responses regarding difficult or challenging experiences with infants and families in the context of supervision? 1.00 0.00
11. Identify ways in which my emotional responses may have interfered with my ability to identify or meet the needs of infants and families? 1.00 0.00
12. Address ruptures or misattunements that have occurred with my supervisor in the context of supervision? 1.80 1.60
13. Address ruptures or misattunements that have occurred with infants and families in the context of supervision? 1.80 1.60
14. Use observations and listening skills to assess the infant/toddler’s developing capacities, strengths, risks, needs, diagnosis (if appropriate) to construct an intervention or treatment plan? 1.00 0.00
15. Understand the reason(s) for service to the infant and family and put into words what is at the center of your work together? 1.00 0.00
16. Discuss instances of not knowing what to do in work with infants and caregivers? 1.00 0.00
17. Integrate supervisory discussions and details into the work with infants and families? 1.00 0.00
18. Manage work-related stress? 1.00 0.00
19. Overall, I am satisfied with the consultation/training I recieved: (0 = Strongly Disagree, 1 = Disagree, 2 = Neutral, 3 = Agree, 4 = Strongly Agree) 0.00 0.00
Total number of surveys returned 5

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