Nurse-Family Partnership

The Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) program at SJBPH provides first-time mothers with support in parenting their children from pregnancy through the child’s second year through a series of home visits. Registered nurses and the first-time mom (together with fathers and other family members, if available) engage in activities during each home visit that line up with the three main NFP program goals:

  • Improved Pregnancy Outcomes
  • Improved Child Health and Development
  • Improved Maternal Life Course Development

This program is available to first-time mothers who enroll during pregnancy. Women must live in La Plata, Archuleta, or San Juan counties and meet financial eligibility guidelines. Women enrolled in Health First Colorado (Medicaid) or WIC are automatically eligible. Call NFP for more eligibility requirements.


Nurse-Family Partnership Services

Supervisor | 970 335 2037

Administrative Assistant  | 970 335 2061

Expectant Fathers

NFP know how much fathers matter, too.

Trusted Nurses

Read stories from real NFP moms and the support they found in their nurse.

Other Resources

The Numbers

home visits to first-time moms last year