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Letter of Thanks



Dear Home Visitor Liz,

As I pondered for months on how to thank you for everything you’ve done for us no amount of words, gifts, time, service or physical affection seem sufficient. You taught me to be a mom. That affects generations-how can you repay that?

I’m so sad to say goodbye yet confident I can do this – you are the one that gave me that confidence.

This quilt is so imperfect but I hope each time you use it you feel our love for you and our infinite gratitude for all the lessons, advice, encouragement and support you’ve given us.

I love you Liz, we love you. Thank you for helping me in my most important role – a mom.

Dear Home Visitor Liz,

As I pondered for months on how to thank you for everything you’ve done for us no amount of words, gifts, time, service or physical affection seem sufficient. You taught me to be a mom. That affects generations-how can you repay that?

I’m so sad to say goodbye yet confident I can do this – you are the one that gave me that confidence.

This quilt is so imperfect but I hope each time you use it you feel our love for you and our infinite gratitude for all the lessons, advice, encouragement and support you’ve given us.

I love you Liz, we love you. Thank you for helping me in my most important role – a mom.

-Previous Family
-Previous Family

Home Visitor Aims:

  1. Child and parent(s) are bonded and attached as they respond to and care for each other.
  2. The family home environment is safe and encourages the healthy development of the child.
  3. Breastfeeding is initiated after birth and the baby continues to breastfeed.
  4. The family has sufficient financial resources to meet their needs through gainful employment or continuing their education.
  5. The family has support through other family and/or friends as well as having the necessary connections to community resources that are needed.
  6. Each family member is in good physical health and has regular check-ups and medical care to maintain their health.
  7. The birth weight of all babies exceeds 5.5 pounds (2500 grams) when the family enrolls in our program during the first trimester of pregnancy.
  8. Emergency room visits are made only when access to each family member’s medical provider is not available.
  9. Each family member is in good mental and emotional health and when necessary seeks appropriate resources to improve their mental health.
  10. Each family member is free of substance abuse (tobacco, alcohol and drugs).
  11. Each family member is free of domestic violence.
  12. Each family is free of encounters with the judicial system.

  1. Child and parent(s) are bonded and attached as they respond to and care for each other.
  2. The family home environment is safe and encourages the healthy development of the child.
  3. Breastfeeding is initiated after birth and the baby continues to breastfeed.
  4. The family has sufficient financial resources to meet their needs through gainful employment or continuing their education.
  5. The family has support through other family and/or friends as well as having the necessary connections to community resources that are needed.
  6. Each family member is in good physical health and has regular check-ups and medical care to maintain their health.
  7. The birth weight of all babies exceeds 5.5 pounds (2500 grams) when the family enrolls in our program during the first trimester of pregnancy.
  8. Emergency room visits are made only when access to each family member’s medical provider is not available.
  9. Each family member is in good mental and emotional health and when necessary seeks appropriate resources to improve their mental health.
  10. Each family member is free of substance abuse (tobacco, alcohol and drugs).
  11. Each family member is free of domestic violence.
  12. Each family is free of encounters with the judicial system.




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