Tinnekia

When she was six months pregnant, first-time mom Tinnekia learned about Nurse-Family Partnership through the WIC Office of Tarrant County in Texas. She was glad…

Tierra

Facing a high-risk pregnancy triggered by a prior medical condition, 19-year-old Tierra knew she needed support. Fortunately, she had enrolled in the national Nurse-Family Partnership…

Sara

Sara, who joined Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP), a nonprofit that supports first-time mothers, when she was pregnant a couple years ago, considers herself somewhat jaded when…

Nurse Kathryn

Inclement weather in the mountains of North Carolina would sometimes keep Kathryn Ross, a nurse working with Nurse Family Partnership (NFP), a nonprofit that supports…

Lizbeth

“Yo tengo Lupus… Mi familia me llama una guerrera porque mi enfermera me ayudó a prepararme física y mentalmente para un parto natural.” Lizbeth Ortiz-Luna,…

Nurse Michelle

Fighting the Heroin Epidemic, Fighting for Clients Nurse Michelle Krantz had a bad feeling when her client kept canceling appointments. Cora and her husband, Eddie,…

Cecilia

Cecilia Sanchez is a single mom who was on her own the day her infant son’s umbilical cord fell off. That’s an event that routinely…

Kyla and Nurse Kelly

Deep down inside I felt like something wasn’t normal. And it turns out it wasn’t. Kelly Plunkett speaks with her Nurse-Family Partnership nurse Kyla Pfannenstiel…

Natausha

When she first found out she was pregnant, Natausha Smith, BSN, RN, was preparing to finish her nursing degree—not become a mother.   Read Natausha’s…

South Carolina Nurses

Ja’el

Oyuny

From battling addiction to trying to be the best mom, I’m really proud I didn’t give up. Oyuny Bahena speaks with nurse Regina Vittore about…

SC Finds Innovative Way to Help First-time Moms

FLORENCE, S.C. – One in five babies in South Carolina is born to a first-time, low-income mother. Many of the moms are young, like 18-year-old…

Karen refugees

Tin Tin Aye sits on the floor in her Iowa apartment, laughing and stacking building blocks with her son who’s almost two. Her bright smile…

Nurses Improve Infant Health, One Home at a Time

A significant disparity in the health of New York City’s babies exists. While the city’s infant mortality rates are at an all-time low, the most…

Nurse Tesha Testifies Before Congress

The U.S. Senate Finance Committee held a hearing for the first time to explore how evidence-based programs like Nurse-Family Partnership change outcomes. Tesha Bright, a…

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