Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a home visitation program.

The purpose of NFP is to help you,your family and baby have the best possible health & development, and find the services and resources you need to meet health and life course goals. Each visit lasts about one to one and one half hours.

Visit Schedule:

  • Getting to Know Each Other (the first four weeks): Visits take place once a week.
  • Pregnancy: Visits take place every other week for the remainder of your pregnancy.
  • Postpartum (after the birth of your baby): Visits take place once a week for the first 6 weeks after your baby comes home.
  • Infancy and Toddler: Visits take place every other week until your baby is 21 months old.
    Wrapping It Up (the last 4 months): Visits take place once a month until your baby's second birthday.


Your Nurse Home Visitor will:

  • Listen to you and your family's needs, concerns and life course goals.
  • Assist you and your family in setting and meeting health and life course goals.
  • Provide information and resources needed to support you, your family and baby in reaching goals.
  • Contact you if she needs to cancel a visit.

You will:

  • Decide who will be present during the visits.
  • Set your own goals for you and your family/baby.
  • Ask for information and resources you are interested in or need for yourself, your family and your baby.
  • Carry out plans to meet your personal and family goals.
  • Be open to new information provided and decide what makes sense for you.
  • Contact your nurse home visitor if you need to cancel a visit.


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