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Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) Program

This program is for women who are having their first baby, are low income and are less than 28 weeks pregnant. A nurse visits each family every week or two, during pregnancy and until the baby is 2 years old.

The Nurse-Family Partnership can assist women to:

  • Have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby
  • Become a better parent
  • Build a strong support network
  • Make a safe home for their baby to live and play
  • Get referrals for healthcare, childcare, job training and other services in the community
  • Find ways to continue their education and develop job skills
  • Set goals for their family's future and find ways to help reach them

The goals of the program are to help first-time parents succeed and to:

  • Improve pregnancy outcomes – healthier babies and healthier moms
  • Improve child health and development – support and education for new parents
  • Improve the economic self-sufficiency of the family – setting and reaching goals for the future

Client referrals can be made by families, schools, medical providers, and others.

 Click Here to access our Referral Form

Questions or to Call Referrals: 360-414-5599, then press option 8

Fax Referrals to: 360-425-7531 "Attention NFP Program"


If you or someone you know is pregnant and considering the NFP program, please refer to our NFP Decision Tree Flyer, or please call our program.  If someone does not meet the NFP program criteria, our professional staff can assist in referring to another program that will best meet their needs.

MCH Referral Algorithm:
For our local providers, please refer to our Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Referral Algorithm to see which program might be most beneficial for a client or patient. You can also call to speak with our Outreach Worker, 360-414-5599 x6424.



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