New Parent Support Program
The New Parent Support is a team of licensed professionals who provide supportive and caring services to military families who are expecting, or those with children, aged 0-5. All services are free of charge and are tailored to meet the needs of military families.
Who is eligible for services?
All active duty personnel and family members who are expecting a child or have at least one child under the age of 6 are eligible.
Baby Boot Camp A fun and dynamic class for expectant parents addressing numerous topics about your new baby, such as diapering, bathing and soothing your infant as well as what to expect developmentally from your infant and how you can support their growth and development.
Home Visitation: Individualized parent support and education for expecting parents and children 0-5. Services include, but are not limited to:
- Developmental screenings and activities
- Discipline and managing difficult behaviors
- Soothing infants/Newborn care
- Connection to resources
- Stages of development and sharing the unique challenges of military life
Play Group: Provides families with children newborn-18 months, a place to play and interact with other families and children outside the home. Parents are able to gain support and community from others in the group while creating a closer bond with their child.
– Please see google calendar below for dates.
Cooperative Parenting Class: The Cooperative Parenting and Divorce Group is an 8-week co-parenting class that gives divorcing/separated parents the power to make positive changes that shield their children from parental conflict and guide them into establishing a long-term relationship with the child’s other parent.
– Please see google calendar below for dates and registration information.