Wu Yee’s Home Visiting program is currently enrolling pregnant women and families with children from birth to 36 months. The program provides comprehensive Early Head Start services through weekly home visits, group socializations 2 times a month, and monthly Family Committee meetings focused on a specific topic. The Home Visiting Program provides learning activities and resources to help support the overall development of the child as well as contribute to maintaining and enhancing the strengths of the family.
What is a home visit?
Each week a Home Visitor will come to your home and work in partnership with you and your family to promote each child’s growth and development by planning individualized, developmentally appropriate learning experiences.
The goal is to support and promote confidence in the caregivers, who are ultimately their children’s primary teacher.
Services for Pregnant Women
The Home Visitor uses a specialized curriculum focused on supporting expecting mothers in caring for themselves and their newborns.
We also provide pregnant women with education and resources that cover healthy relationships, fetal development, the importance of nutrition, the risks of alcohol, drugs, and smoking, postpartum recovery, postpartum depression, safe sleep practices, benefits of breastfeeding, and overall infant care.
In the group socializations, the children and families have the opportunity to connect and develop peer relationships in a facilitated, engaging learning environment.
Socializations take place in local parks or community centers. We provide snacks and activities for families to take home.
Contact Wu Yee's Home Visiting Program
For more information on Wu Yee’s Home Visiting program, please call 415.230.7500 or email Wu Yee using the form below. We have multi-lingual caseworkers (English, Spanish/Español, Chinese/繁體中文, Tagalog and Burmese) to assist families.