Become an Affiliate

Parents as Teachers National Center goes the extra mile to provide a continuum of support for funders, state home visiting leaders and organizations or Local Implementing Agencies (LIAs) interested in starting a Parents as Teachers site. We offer startup program design support anchored by our unparalleled training and professional development experiences. We also provide ongoing technical assistance throughout the life of a program to ensure long-term success.

Benefits of Affiliation:

  • Recognition as providing evidence-based home visiting
  • Greater access to funding available exclusively to evidence-based programs
  • Use of respected Parents as Teachers name and logo
  • Access to tools and resources to help monitor and increase program quality
  • Benefit from Parents as Teachers fundraising, media relations and research efforts
  • Special pricing on Knowledge Studio products and Parents as Teachers Conference registration
  • Individualized start-up consultation*
  • Full consultation on model implementation*
  • Discount programs, resources, awards, scholarships and special opportunities to use in both your personal and professional lives
  • Scheduled phone and email support, webinars*
  • Consultation on Affiliate Performance Report (APR) and affiliate continuous quality improvement*
  • Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process to earn Blue Ribbon Endorsement
  • Complimentary access to a high quality data management system, Penelope
  • Access to advocacy support

*Some of these may be provided by either the state or national Parents as Teachers office.



This resource guide offers helpful explanations and links for finding state-level funding opportunities, and includes information on additional potential funding opportunities that can be used to support home visitation programs. It also provides information on how to prepare competitive grant proposals. This resource shares strategies for developing and sustaining funding.


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