because the HHS website funding report says you are wrong on this matter.
I looked at the report, I don't care about 3rd party websites. It is a grant funded through the ACA for a total of 12 Million. That's it. It only affects families participating in Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program.
So what this means is that if these families are seeking funding through this program- for early childhood development, they want to monitor the progress of the child. They are receiving services.
By entering the program, they are receiving services that only has 12M to fund. It was probably put in there as a condition because some families in Armed forces deal with PTSD- I have no idea though but it's speculation.
Again, it's part of a condition of a sub grant allocated by funding from the ACA if you're participating in that program.
Again, this is nothing new. It's just building upon an already existing program: "States that currently have modest home visiting programs and want to build on existing efforts."