Prenatal/Postnatal Home Visitation Programs

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    Programs staffed by nurses or other trained professionals or volunteers that visit the homes of first-time mothers during pregnancy and the first two years of the child's life to help the women improve their personal health and development during the prenatal period and learn to care for the child following birth. The visits encourage the mothers to maintain good nutrition; and provide information regarding danger signs in pregnancy, preparation for labor and delivery, breastfeeding and other feeding options, baby supplies, basic infant care, newborn behaviors and child development. They help to ensure that infants and toddlers are nurtured, live in a safe environment in and around the home and receive proper health care. Included are programs that focus on low income individuals, pregnant teens, women with high risk pregnancies or other special populations as well as those that are more broadly available.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    First 5 First Steps (Home Visiting), Home Start - East RegionStrengthens child and family relationships by providing support, education, and guidance through home visits to expectant parents. The program promotes parent and child well-being through support and education, community referrals for parents and their children including connections to a medical provider, home visits beginning prentally, and ongoing home visits until the child is 3 years old. EastFirst 5 First Steps (Targeted Home Visiting)First 5 San Diego
    First 5 First Steps (Home Visiting), Palomar Health - North CoastalStrengthens child and family relationships by providing support, education, and guidance through home visits to expectant parents. The program promotes parent and child well-being through support and education, community referrals for parents and their children including connections to a medical provider, home visits beginning prenatally, and ongoing home visits until the child is 3 years old. North InlandFirst 5 First Steps (Targeted Home Visiting)First 5 San Diego
    First 5 First Steps (Home Visiting), Palomar Health - North Inland RegionStrengthens child and family relationships by providing support, education, and guidance through home visits to expectant parents. The program promotes parent and child well-being through support and education, community referrals for parents and their children including connections to a medical provider, home visits beginning prenatally, and ongoing home visits until the child is 3 years old. North InlandFirst 5 First Steps (Targeted Home Visiting)First 5 San Diego
    First 5 First Steps (Home Visiting), SAY San Diego - CentralStrengthens child and family relationships by providing support, education, and guidance through home visits to expectant parents. The program promotes parent and child well-being through support and education, community referrals for parents and their children including connections to a medical provider, home visits beginning prentally, and ongoing home visits until the child is 3 years old.CentralFirst 5 First Steps (Targeted Home Visiting)First 5 San Diego
    First 5 First Steps (Home Visiting), SAY San Diego - North CentralStrengthens child and family relationships by providing support, education, and guidance through home visits to expectant parents. The program promotes parent and child well-being through support and education, community referrals for parents and their children including connections to a medical provider, home visits beginning prentally, and ongoing home visits until the child is 3 years old.CentralFirst 5 First Steps (Targeted Home Visiting)First 5 San Diego
    First 5 First Steps (Home Visiting), South Bay Community Services - SouthStrengthens child and family relationships by providing support, education, and guidance through home visits to expectant parents. The program promotes parent and child well-being through support and education, community referrals for parents and their children including connections to a medical provider, home visits beginning prentally, and ongoing home visits until the child is 3 years old.SouthFirst 5 First Steps (Targeted Home Visiting)First 5 San Diego
    Healthy Start, PCI (Project Concern International)Is a parenting education and family service program that is FREE and confidential. Services are available in English or Spanish. HEALTHY START families: • Get parenting support in their home or in groups with other parents from certified parent educators • Try fun activities to reinforce babies’ intellectual, physical, and language development • Receive screenings to make sure the family is healthy • Learn ways to build a strong relationship with their children • Are connected to health, education, financial, and legal services when needed • Get access to special events and groups for fathers GIVE YOUR BABY A HEALTHY START Secondary Services (for enrolled participants only): - Doula services for CBHS's pregnant women - Transportation assistance for medical appointments - Baby shower for CBHS clients CentralHealthy StartPCI (Project Concern International)
    Home Visiting Program, Public Health Department, County of ImperialAssists families of newborns to get children off to a healthy start. Program serves families who reside in Brawley, Calexico, El Centro, Heber, Holtville, Imperial, and Seeley and are pregnant, or who have a newborn baby less than 2 weeks of age. Professionally trained Home Visitors will provide educational information and engaging activities through a caring and individualized approach to provide the best for baby. Services are available at no cost.Home Visting ProgramPublic Health Department, County of Imperial
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, Central RegionMCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.CentralMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, North CoastalMCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.North CoastalMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego (South Region)MCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.SouthMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home Visitations, Central Region Public Health Center (PHC)Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers prior to their 28th week of pregnancy. Nurses begin home visits early in the mother’s pregnancy and continue visitation until the child’s second birthday. Nurses provide support, education and counseling on health, behavioral and self-sufficiency issues. First-time mothers can expect to receive referrals to healthcare, childcare, job training and other support services available in their community. The programs’ goal is to help women have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby, become a great parent and build a strong network of support for herself and her family.CentralNurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home VisitationsPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home Visitations, East Region Public Health Center (PHC)Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers prior to their 28th week of pregnancy. Nurses begin home visits early in the mother’s pregnancy and continue visitation until the child’s second birthday. Nurses provide support, education and counseling on health, behavioral and self-sufficiency issues. First-time mothers can expect to receive referrals to healthcare, childcare, job training and other support services available in their community. The programs’ goal is to help women have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby, become a great parent and build a strong network of support for herself and her family.EastNurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home VisitationsPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home Visitations, North Central Region Public Health Center (PHC)Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers prior to their 28th week of pregnancy. Nurses begin home visits early in the mother’s pregnancy and continue visitation until the child’s second birthday. Nurses provide support, education and counseling on health, behavioral and self-sufficiency issues. First-time mothers can expect to receive referrals to healthcare, childcare, job training and other support services available in their community. The programs’ goal is to help women have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby, become a great parent and build a strong network of support for herself and her family.North CentralNurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home VisitationsPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home Visitations, North Coastal Region Public Health Center (PHC)Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers prior to their 28th week of pregnancy. Nurses begin home visits early in the mother’s pregnancy and continue visitation until the child’s second birthday. Nurses provide support, education and counseling on health, behavioral and self-sufficiency issues. First-time mothers can expect to receive referrals to healthcare, childcare, job training and other support services available in their community. The programs’ goal is to help women have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby, become a great parent and build a strong network of support for herself and her family.North CoastalNurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home VisitationsPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home Visitations, North Inland Region Public Health Center (PHC)Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers prior to their 28th week of pregnancy. Nurses begin home visits early in the mother’s pregnancy and continue visitation until the child’s second birthday. Nurses provide support, education and counseling on health, behavioral and self-sufficiency issues. First-time mothers can expect to receive referrals to healthcare, childcare, job training and other support services available in their community. The programs’ goal is to help women have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby, become a great parent and build a strong network of support for herself and her family.North InlandNurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home VisitationsPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home Visitations, South Region Public Health Center (PHC)Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers prior to their 28th week of pregnancy. Nurses begin home visits early in the mother’s pregnancy and continue visitation until the child’s second birthday. Nurses provide support, education and counseling on health, behavioral and self-sufficiency issues. First-time mothers can expect to receive referrals to healthcare, childcare, job training and other support services available in their community. The programs’ goal is to help women have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby, become a great parent and build a strong network of support for herself and her family.SouthNurse Family Partnership (NFP) and Maternal Child Health (MCH) Home VisitationsPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San DiegoNurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to low income, first-time mothers prior to their 28th week of pregnancy. Nurses begin home visits early in the mother’s pregnancy and continue visitation until the child’s second birthday. Nurses build therapeutic relationships with the family to provide support and parenting education through evidence-based practices. First-time mothers can expect to receive referrals to healthcare and other services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve pregnancy outcomes, promote child health and development, improve economic self-sufficiency, and build a strong network of support for herself and her family.SouthNurse-Family Partnership (NFP) Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego

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