A Child's Haven Receives Notable Grant

A Child’s Haven Receives Notable Grant from Greenville Women Giving

(Greenville SC, May 17, 2012) A Child’s Haven has received a $57,598 grant from Greenville Women Giving to introduce an evidence-based home visitation model, Family Check-Up, to Greenville County.
A Child’s Haven provides therapeutic intervention and prevention services for families and their young children who experience developmental delays as a result of abuse, neglect or poverty. During the next year, the grant will fund certification for nine staff. Implementation of the model will begin for eighteen families. Investing in evidence-based home visitation has a long-term effect on the community.
The Family Check-Up model of Home Visitation is a federally-recognized intervention designed to effectively reduce inappropriate behaviors and mental health problems in children, ages 2-17, and increase caregiver motivation. The model is tailored and adaptive, meeting the challenges of each family's specific needs.
There is compelling evidence to support the effectiveness of evidence-based home visitation services to families. The benefits extend far beyond the family. Based on several long-term studies, the Federal Reserve Bank estimates a $3 return to the public treasury for every $1 invested in high-quality, comprehensive treatment for young children and families in crisis.
Begun in 2006, Greenville Women Giving is a philanthropic organization serving Greenville County, that was founded on the idea that women when informed about philanthropy and about needs in their community can collectively make a real difference.
Based in Greenville SC, A Child’s Haven is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of young children who have experienced developmental delays or behavioral challenges. Many are victims of poverty, child abuse or domestic violence.
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