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2615 Breslauer Way,
Building 5
Redding, CA 96001

Customer Service Center for Food and Financial Help:
1-877-652-0731
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Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP)

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Call NFP at (530) 225-5394 to enroll or make a referral.

 

 What is Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP)?

Nurse-Family Partnership is a free home visiting program that partners nurses with first-time moms early in their pregnancy. A free Registered Nurse can give you the support, advice and information you need as a new mom. Your nurse will support you to:

  • Have a healthy pregnancy
  • Prepare for the birth of your child
  • Learn and practice things that make you a more confident mom. This can include breastfeeding, nutrition, child development, safe-sleep techniques and much more.
  • Understand child health and development
  • Continue to pursue your future goals
  • Access community resources

 

Who is eligible for NFP?

  • First-time moms who have been pregnant for 28 weeks or less
  • Eligible for Medi-Cal or WIC

How can a woman access NFP services?

Anyone can refer a woman to NFP. Women who meet the eligibility requirements can refer themselves (self-referral), or their prenatal and healthcare providers may refer them to the program by:

  • Calling 530-225-5394
  • Faxing a completed referral form to 530-225-5494

Following the referral, pregnant women will be screened and assessed for NFP eligibility. If a woman is not eligible for NFP, she will be offered information on other home visiting and supportive services in Shasta County.

Click here to see stories from women who have participated in NFP, including Shasta County locals Arlin and Stephanie! Call for more information or fill out this form to make a referral.

 

Nurse-Family Partnership Program
1670 Market St., Suite 300
Redding, CA  96001
Phone:  530-225-5394
Fax:  530-225-5494

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