Parents as Teachers is fulfilling its mission in local communities throughout the United States and in six other countries. There are more than 1000 Parents as Teachers Affiliates utilizing our evidence-based model to affect real change for families. Parents as Teachers also supports and engages parents through subscribing organizations and other specialized programs. To learn more about how Parents as Teachers is working locally, please see the list of community networks below.


Program Locator

Find a Parents as Teachers Affiliate in your area. Search by location or by program name.


Parents as Teachers services are provided by affiliates whose parent educators attend Foundational and Model Implementation training and are certified to use the Parents as Teachers Foundational curriculum with families in their communities. 


Parents as Teachers Subscribers utilize the PAT curriculum and modules in their programs.

Head Start and
Early Head Start

The Parents as Teachers relationship-based and parenting-focused approach to home visiting helps achieve Head Start outcomes and prepares staff to promote school readiness and parent engagement, hallmarks of Head Start and Early Head Start.

Show Me Strong Families 

Through Show Me Strong Families, the Parents as Teachers National Center provides evidence-based home visiting services to vulnerable families in Normandy, north St. Louis County, St. Louis City, and the Bootheel region of Missouri. 


Tribal Home Visiting 

For the Tribal Home Visiting Program, Parents as Teachers may be considered a promising approach, or a modified version of an evidence-based model. 


The unique challenges confronting American Indian children coupled with the desire to improve their education that led to the creation of FACE (Family and Child Education) Program.


Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV) is a Federal Home Visiting Program designed to strengthen programs for families in at-risk communities.

Direct Service

Global Impact

Parents as Teachers' international programs build on the model's firm foundation and also reflect their country's specific needs.