“What really made the difference for me, was that my nurse didn’t tell me to do something—she showed me how to do it the right way.”

Rebecca, 17 year-old mom


Mothers assisted since
NFP site opened


Babies born since
NFP site opened

First-Time Moms

You and your baby are the reason the Nurse-Family Partnership exists.

We know that as a first-time mom, you may have a lot of questions. That’s okay! That’s why Nurse-Family Partnership pairs you with a nurse before you give birth to your child. Because we begin working with you as early as possible in your pregnancy, your designated nurse home visitor can answer those questions (and any others that come up!) and address your concerns. Your nurse will also help you prepare for childbirth and work to ensure that you deliver a healthy baby.

The main purpose of the nurse home visitor is to be there for you, so you can be there for your baby. Your nurse will offer support through your pregnancy, teach you about early child development, and empower you to pursue your own goals.

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.

  • One. The number of chances you have to ensure a healthy pregnancy, become a knowledge parent, and provide your baby with the best possible start in life
  • Two. How many years your nurse will work with you and child, helping you both meet milestones and reach goals.
  • Three. The number of minutes it takes the average expectant mom to fill out the information on the “Contact Us” page and begin her journey with NFP.

And the best number? Zero. How much it costs to secure the support and knowledge of your own NFP nurse home visitor. So what are you waiting for? Contact us today! We can’t wait to talk to you.


Can dads be part of Nurse-Family Partnership, too?

Yes! Expectant fathers are welcome in the NFP program.

The Nurse-Family Partnership encourages expectant fathers to be involved in the nurse home visits whenever they can. While first-time mothers must enroll in the Nurse-Family Partnership and we are widely recognized as a maternal and child health program, we recognize how important fathers are, too!