Nurse-Family Partnership is a FREE nurse-led home visitation program, offered by the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment. First-time mothers are paired with a nurse home visitor. The mother-to-be and her nurse meet regularly through her pregnancy, the birth of her newborn, until the child turns two. The nurse home visitor provides support, encouragement and guidance. Call 913-826-1228 or 913-477-8104 for more information and to enroll.
A nurse supports first-time moms to:
- Have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.
- Become the best mom she can be.
- Learn about breastfeeding, child development and safety practices that allow first-time moms to build their confidence.
- Get referrals for childcare, healthcare, job training and other support services in our community.
- Follow their dreams for the future.
Any woman can enroll in the FREE Nurse-Family Partnership program who:
- Lives in Johnson County, Kansas
- Will be parenting her first child
- Is pregnant 28 weeks or less
- Meets income requirements
What NFP moms have said:
“My nurse helped me organize my life and thoughts. I appreciate her standing by me through the difficult time of transition.” – Julianna M.
“I love this program. It made such an important, positive impact on my life. I will never forget my nurse or the wonderful things she did for me and my family.” – Anonymous
“I was 17 and pregnant with my first child. Because of their support and counseling, I sought prenatal care and learned about breastfeeding. I stayed in school. They gave me a chance to dream and taught me I didn't have to be a statistic. I graduated from college in the top ten of my nursing class with my BSN.” – Anonymous
“My nurses were experts at what they did. Any question I had, they had the answer or helped me find a solution.” – Shoustone