As a first-time mom, you want the best start for you and your baby.
With your very own free Nurse-Family Partnership personal nurse, you will get the support, advice and information you need during your pregnancy and when your baby arrives.
Becoming a mom for the first-time can be a lot to handle, so wouldn’t it be nice to have an expert nurse to help you on your journey? Over 300,000 first-time moms just like you enjoy the benefits of having a NFP nurse.
I know. It sounds too good to be true, right? It’s true! We’d love to tell you more and answer all your questions.
You must be a first-time mom that is pregnant 28 weeks or less, but your nurse would love to work with you as early in your pregnancy as possible. There is also an income eligibility requirement.
Contact us to learn more, or so we can get you connected with your personal nurse.
A FREE PROGRAM TO SUPPORT FIRST-TIME MOTHERS AND THEIR BABIES.
Nurse-Family Partnership is a free program for new moms who are pregnant with their first baby. When you enroll in the program, you will be connected to a registered nurse who will provide the support, advice and information you need to have a healthy pregnancy, a healthy baby, and be a great mom.
Once your baby arrives, your NFP nurse will work with you on breastfeeding, nutrition, child development, safe-sleep techniques, and much more.
Your free personal nurse can help answer all your questions!
These services are completely free of charge. You must be 28 weeks pregnant or less with your first baby and meet certain income eligibility requirements! Don’t forget that you can enroll as soon as you find out you are pregnant!
The Faces of NFP
What is NFP?
Nurse-Family Partnership is a program that pairs first-time mothers with nurses, who can help them have a healthy pregnancy, provide expert advice and support from pregnancy and beyond.
How much does NFP cost?
Nothing. It’s completely free!
How often will I meet with my nurse?
You and your nurse will decide the exact schedule.
Who can sign up for the program?
Women of any age who:
Are pregnant with their first baby
Meet income requirements
Are less than 29 weeks pregnant (but your nurse is ready to help if you want to enroll in the early stages of your pregnancy)
What does my nurse do?
Your nurse helps you to:
Have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby
Become the best mom you can be
Build a strong network of support for you and your baby
Make your home a safe place for your baby to live and play
Get referrals for healthcare, childcare, job training, and other support services available in your community
Find ways to continue your education and develop job skills
Set goals for your family’s future and find ways to help you reach them
What happens if halfway through the program I decide I do not want to continue?
Our program is completely voluntary.
Can my family and/or baby’s father participate in the program with me?
Absolutely!NFP encourages the baby’s father, family members and even friends to be involved in the program and to learn how they can best support you, the mother. You decide who you want to be involved in the program with you.
Can I refer a friend or family member to NFP?
Yes. We encourage you to do so, but please be aware that she must also meet eligibility requirements: 29 weeks or less (your nurse would love to work with you as early in your pregnancy as possible), pregnant with first baby, and income eligibility.