Family Advocacy NPSP

Home and Hospital Visits

Home Visits

The New Parent Support Program offers information, support, and guidance to any DoD ID card holder(s) who are expecting a child and/or has children ages birth to three years of age. Registered nurses provide support through home visits in the areas of pregnancy, labor and delivery, newborn/infant/toddler care and safety, growth and development, parenting and family relationships. The registered nurse can also make referrals to community services/support groups. The New Parent Support Program also offers tailored classes to address breastfeeding, infant nutrition, and newborn care. Parents wanting to schedule a home visit with an NPSP nurse or enroll in classes need to contact the NPSP at 0 6565-61-8279.


Hospital Visits

The New Parent Support Program's registered nurses offer hospital visits, if their schedules allow, to include services such as: providing educational materials, lactation support in the form of tips and suggestions, question and answer time with the nurse, and being able to address the labor and delivery experience as to how it went and if there are any concerns that the parents would like to talk about. At the hospital visits, parents also have the ability to schedule a follow-up home visit with the New Parent Support Program nurse. Parents wanting to schedule a hospital visit with a New Parent Support Program registered nurse need to contact the NPSP at 0 6565-61-8279.

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