Parents as Teachers In-Home Support Program for Detroit Parents with Children ages 0-3

The Black Family Development, Inc. Parents as Teachers (PAT) program is an evidence based home visiting model, grounded in the philosophy that children are born ready to learn, and that a parent is a child’s first and most influential teacher.

Black Family Development, Inc.

Type: Virtual or In-Person
Eligibility: Wayne County parents with children ages zero to three and expecting parents are served by BFDI’s Parents as Teachers program. There are no fees.
Registration: Required
Parent Required: Yes
Primary Language: English

PAT provides parents with child development knowledge and parenting support. The primary programs goals are to increase parent knowledge of early childhood development and improve parenting practices; provide early detection of developmental delays and health issues; prevent child abuse and neglect, and increase children’s school readiness. The PAT model includes one-on-one home visits, monthly group meetings, developmental screenings, family well-being assessments and linkages and connections for families to needed resources.

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