Nurse Family Partnership hosts Christmas party
For the third time in their short history with TTUHSC, Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) held its annual Christmas party for current clients and recent program graduates Dec. 9 at the WHRI.
NFP is an evidence-based community health program that helps transform the lives of vulnerable mothers pregnant with their first child. The nurse-client relationship is focused upon improving pregnancy outcomes, child health and development and economic self-sufficiency of first-time families. The NFP program is free to income-eligible participants.
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