After-birth visits reduce violence in the home

01/5/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Data from the Hawaii Healthy Start Program showed home visits to new mothers beginning shortly after childbirth reduced rates of intimate partner violence. The visits were designed to promote the health of the child, reduce child abuse and teach parenting skills, and also to link families with community services.

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