Program Sponsor - Blue Cross Blue Shield

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of licensed social workers, counselors and registered nurses who provide educational and supportive services to military families. From the early stages of pregnancy to the development of your child up thru age 5, this program can better prepare you for parenthood. Our trained, supervised staff has extensive knowledge of the issues encountered by today's parents. Our team is sensitive to the unique challenges facing military families. We can help families cope with stress, isolation, pre and post deployment, homecoming reunions, and the everyday demands of parenting in the military. New ages and stages in child development bring different challenges. NPSP offers you the opportunity to express your concerns and ask questions about babies, young children and family relationships.

All active duty personnel and family members who are expecting a child or have at least one child age 5 or under are eligible.

Home Visits

Home visits can take place in the home, the New Parent Support office or any other convenient and comfortable location within a 50 mile radius. The evidence based Parents as Teachers curriculum is utilized during home visits for military families who are expecting or who have children ages five and under.

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Infant Massage

Infant massage is a wonderful opportunity to spend quality, focused time with your infant. It is a great way for fathers to get involved and best of all, it’s FUN & FREE! This class is designed for babies (6 weeks to 6 months) and up to 2 caregivers. See schedule below for our 5-week training. Requests for 1:1 training may be made through Home Visits.

Baby Boot Camp

This is a fun and interactive class for expectant parents or those who have children up to 3 months of age. Baby Boot Camp participants will gain knowledge that will help them feel more confident in caring for their new baby. Helpful local family resources are also discussed.

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