Using Medicaid to Expand Home Visiting Helps Low-Income Kids

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A new report from CAP argues that states should use Medicaid funds to support home visiting programs for low-income families with young children. Medicaid and Home Visiting: Best Practices from States argues that home visiting programs can help alleviate the effects of poverty on young children’s development and provide coaching and guidance to low-income parents. The report outlines strategies that have worked in states where Medicaid supports home visiting, including California, Michigan, South Carolina, and Wisconsin.

Read the full report here.

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