Visit the DOHMH NYC Nurse Family Partnership @ the Street Festival this year!
The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 07/14/2018
from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.
please self-register via Eventbrite https://goafricaharlem2018.eventbrite.com
or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001
About NYC Nurse-Family Partnership
Are You Pregnant with Your First Baby?
NYC Nurse-Family Partnership (NYC NFP) is a program for new mothers that provides support, guidance and information to help you become the best mom you can be. As a first-time mother, you will be connected to your own personal nurse who will be there with you to support you through your pregnancy and in your new role as a mother. Your nurse will answer your questions, listen to your concerns and offer useful information so you can have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.
NYC NFP serves pregnant women and girls and is available at no cost to you and regardless of your immigration status or that of anyone in your family.
Who can sign up for the program?
- Women or teens in New York City who are pregnant with a first baby and meet low-income requirements can participate.
- You can participate whatever your age or immigration status.
- You can participate as early in your pregnancy as you like but no later than your 28th week.
To find out if you’re eligible or to get more information about enrolling, call 311 and ask for Nurse-Family Partnership.
For further information about the program and links to NYC NFP publications, including brochures, the My Nurse comic book and the monthly NYC NFP E-News, please visit the NYC Nurse-Family Partnership Help for New Parents page.
- NYC Nurse-Family Partnership overview (PDF) provides information about program outcomes and eligibility criteria.
- NYC Nurse-Family Partnership client referral form (PDF) allows you to refer clients to the appropriate NYC NFP site based on borough of residence.
- Brochures (PDF), posters (PDF) and My Nurse comic books (PDF) are available by calling 311.