In-Home Family Support

Helping families become their baby’s first teacher through in-home education and support

Our educators are here to support and teach young families skills to navigate parenthood.

Becoming a new parent can be scary, and is a big responsibility. Guadalupe School’s 0-3 In-Home Family Support Program is here to help you!

Guadalupe School’s In-Home program is a free, education-based program that offers support to you, your family, and your child who is prenatal to age 3 on or before September 1st of the upcoming school year.

When enrolled, you’ll be paired with a Parent Educator who’ll visit you at your home or at the school in our In-Home play space. Your educator will teach lessons to benefit you and your child. You’ll learn the basics of child care, nutrition, and ways to build a relationship with your child through touch, talk, and play. Our Parent Educator will work closely with you to support your individual and family needs.

The In-Home Family Support Program serves 36 families, and provides weekly visits to enrolled families from their assigned Parent Educators. Our In-Home teachers are excited to help you and your family.

Looking for additional resources? Check out these sites: – Utah Division of Child and Family Services – services such as housing and utility assistance, food resources, legal aid, and more


For more information, contact Rosie Hernandez at 801-531-6100 (ext. 108) or


In-Home Parent Educator
PAT Supervisor/Parent Educator
In-Home Parent Educator
ELC Social Worker/Parent Educator