2023 Annual Conference details are still being finalized by the AHVN Conference Committee. Check back here for registration information and updates.
2023 Registration will open soon!
📧Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions2023 AHVN Annual Conference
2023 AHVN Annual Conference Call for Workshop Proposals Now Open!
🔗Main Conference Page (this webpage) https://ahvnti.thinkific.com/pages/ahvnconference
🔗2022 FAQ Webpage https://ahvnti.thinkific.com/pages/conference-faq
🔗2022 Conference Resources Webpage including Conference PDF Guide https://ahvnti.thinkific.com/pages/conference-resources
🔗2022 Conference Schedule Webpage https://ahvnti.thinkific.com/pages/conference-schedule
🔗2022 Trivia webpage https://ahvnti.thinkific.com/pages/trivia-for-conference
🔗2022 HV of the Year Page *will be updated after the conference with the winners’ names https://www.arhomevisiting.org/about-us/home-visitor-of-the-year/
2023 AHVN Annual Conference (In-Person)
November 16-17, 2023
📧Email the AHVN Training Institute at email@example.com if you have any questions.
***Registration will open Spring 2023. Attendance is limited to home visiting professionals who serve families within the state of Arkansas. Keep an eye on your emails and make sure you are signed up for the AHVN mailing list to stay updated on upcoming events! Click here to join our mailing list.***
The Annual Arkansas Home Visiting Network Conference provides training opportunities for those working in home visiting programs throughout the state of Arkansas. Participating home visiting programs include, but are not to be limited to, Following Baby Back Home (FBBH), Healthy Families America (HFA), Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY), Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP), Parents as Teachers (PAT), Early Head Start Home Visiting, Family Connects Union County, and SafeCare Arkansas. These programs promote high quality and evidenced-based home visiting services to Arkansas’ families during pregnancy and until children enter kindergarten. They strive to build stronger families and brighter futures for the children of Arkansas by improving school readiness, increasing positive health outcomes and decreasing child maltreatment.
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For more information or questions contact the AHVN Training Institute at 501-364-3466 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2022 Funding Statement: This conference is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant X10MC43568, Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program ($7,465,107.00) awarded to the Arkansas Department of Health. 35% of the project is supported with these federal funds.
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2022 AHVN Annual Conference!
2022 AHVN Annual Conference talent provided by our amazing home visiting professionals!
Thanks Nicole and Emily for sharing your talents with us!
2022 AHVN Annual Conference Door Prize Winners
*Prizes will be sent out hopefully by the end of January 2023
Door Prize Winners
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2022 AHVN Annual Virtual Conference Program Guide
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2022 AHVN Annual Virtual Conference Resources
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