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Evaluate Impact

Access resources to support the cultural and scientific rigor of program evaluation.

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Track Performance

Select from a range of tools to monitor program activities and measure success.

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Improve Programs

Find out how to use continuous quality improvement strategies to make programs better.

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Share What You’ve Learned

Learn different ways to share program accomplishments and tell your program’s story.

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Build Useful Data Systems

Access resources for developing and improving data systems.

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TEI’s mission is to help Tribal Home Visiting Program grantees build capacity in gathering, using and sharing information to improve the health and well-being of children and families. This website makes TEI technical assistance resources available to a broader audience of tribal program staff, community members and professionals who partner with tribal communities.

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TEI publishes brief on data system improvement

Now available! TEI created a brief explaining how Tribal Home Visiting grantees have been supported in strengthening data system capacity. The brief includes three grantee case studies.

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TEI Publishes Five Briefs on Tribal Evaluation

Now available! TEI developed five evaluation briefs to share the story of Tribal Home Visiting grantees’ rigorous evaluations and provide recommendations for those who oversee evaluations with tribal communities or are seeking to support evaluations with tribal populations.

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New resources for conducting screenings during the COVID-19 pandemic

As programs transition their services to virtual visits during the COVID-19 pandemic, many are grappling with the challenge of conducting screenings and assessments within this context. TEI has developed four resources to support programs in transitioning to virtual and remote screenings.

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TEI creates a collection of parenting stress and resilience literature

TEI compiled published articles related to parenting stress and resilience from peer-reviewed journals for Tribal Home Visiting grantees. The articles summarized in the collection are specific to parenting stress and/or resilience in the context of home visiting or among American Indian and Alaska Native communities.

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Of special note

Cover of the Tribal, Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting: A Report to CongressGet more information about TEI’s Tribal Home Visiting Program first report to Congress in February 2016.