Health Start is a community based, evidence informed, voluntary home visiting program that identifies, screens, and enrolls pregnant and postpartum women and families with children up to age two. The Program assists them with obtaining early and consistent prenatal care and a medical home, provides prenatal and postpartum education, information and referral services, advocacy, and case management. The Program utilizes community health workers, community health nurses and behavioral health professionals to provide education, support and advocacy services to pregnant and postpartum women and their families in targeted communities across Arizona. Women and families enrolled in the program receive home visits by community health workers up to 4 times per month during their pregnancy and regular visits after the birth of their children up to two years of age. Program services include: childbirth education, car seat safety education, infant massage education, Ages and Stages developmental screening, relationship and depression screening, Healthy @ Home Assessments, and information on many other health education topics and classes for clients and their families. The program promotes male/father and family involvement in home visiting services and classes when appropriate.