Family Home Visiting
122 W Franklin Ave, Ste 510, Minneapolis, MN, 55404-2454
Family home visits provide education for parents about the health and well-being of their young children.
A public health nursing assessment is done at the first visit. Ongoing support includes:
* Parenting education about healthy parent-child relationships
* Information about caring for babies, infant growth and child development
* Help to ensure a safe home environment
- Assistance with community resources
- Parents as Teachers
- Free / no cost to everyone
All children birth to 3 years old
If you have questions or want to sign up, call (320) 679-6330.
There is no fee for this service.
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LJ-5000.6615Prenatal/Postnatal Home Visitation Programs Definition
Programs staffed by nurses or other trained professionals or volunteers that visit the homes of first-time mothers during pregnancy and early infancy 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.
Individuals from other countries who have come to the United States to live permanently.
Individuals who have fled their native country and have been given official permission by the government to settle permanently in another country. In the United States, refugee status is given to people who are outside their country of nationality and who are unwilling to return to that country because of persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution based on the individuals' race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion. Entrant status allows the individual to remain in the U.S., but does not confer true "refugee" status. Asylees are refugees who apply for this status while already in the U.S. (on student or tourist visas, for example).
YK-6500.6100New Parents Definition
Parents with a recently born child.