Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP)
Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) transforms the lives of young, first-time pregnant mothers by pairing them with home visiting nurses to help provide support and guidance throughout pregnancy until the child turns two.
What to Expect
Nurse-Family Partnership is a free home-visiting program for women who are pregnant for the first time. A specially trained nurse will meet with you in your home or wherever you want to meet, throughout your pregnancy and until your child turns two. Our goal is to support you during your first pregnancy, because we know that becoming a mom for the first time can be overwhelming. Your nurse can help you with any challenges you may be facing as a new parent. Together you will identify your strengths as a new mom and your nurse can connect you with other community resources. The Nurse-Family Partnership can help you have a healthy pregnancy and a well-developed, happy and safe baby.
How to Enroll
Referrals to Nurse-Family Partnership at Chelan- Douglas Health District are most often made by physicians, WIC, or school nurses. However, you can contact us directly to learn more or enroll in the program.
To be eligible for Chelan-Douglas Health District’s Nurse-Family Partnership program, you must be:
- a first-time mother
- less than 28 weeks* pregnant
- live in Chelan County
- meet income requirements
*The nurse needs time to visit and obtain consent before the 28th week of pregnancy.
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