Welcome to the New Parent Support Program!
The New Parent Support Program is a voluntary participation program designed to support Military Families who are expecting a child or who have children up to age three.
This program is led by a supporting and caring registered nurse and licensed clinical social worker whose goal is to promote healthy Family functioning through classes, virtual support groups or home visits and office visits.
A wide variety of education and prevention topics include: child development, discipline, parenting skills, relationships, postpartum care, and more.
Expectant Parent Virtual Workshop
Our Expectant Parent Virtual Workshop provides information about caring for a newborn before and after birth.
The topics include infant care, baby basics, bonding with baby, infant crying, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SUIDS), prevention, and more.
New Parent Support is here to ease parents’ concerns, worries, and answer any questions.Let us help you be ready to bring your little bundle of joy home!
Workshops are held the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 10 - 11 a.m. via Microsoft Teams.
Play Mornings are designed for Ages (0-3)
Virtual playgroups are held every Thursday of the month from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. via Microsoft Teams and are designed to help develop fine motor skills, social interaction, improve overall health, and provide a structured environment where infants, toddlers, and parents can engage.
Join in for some fun and learning!
Other Activities are available for parents and young children throughout the year!
Check out our ACS Facebook Page and ACS Monthly Calendar for upcoming classes and events, www.facebook.com/fortcampbellacs.
For more information or to register call (270) 412-5500.
Frequently Asked Questions
What can NPSP do for me?
Our professional staff provides supportive and caring services to military Families that are pregnant, or with children through the age of three years. Your concerns as a parent or parent-to-be are discussed to help you cope with stress, isolation, pre-deployment questions, post deployment reunions and everyday demands of parenthood in the privacy of your home. To schedule a home visit, please call (270) 412-5500 and ask for the New Parent Support Program.
What if I already have children?
NPSP is not ONLY for first time parents! Army Families that are pregnant or with children through the age of three years are eligible for NPSP services.
Is there a cost for services?
All services are free of charge to any active, retired or dependent with a military ID card.
I live off post, can I still receive services?
Yes, NPSP provides services to all military families living on and off post.
Do I have to participate in home visits in order to attend classes?
No, you do not have to participate in home visits to attend classes. You are welcome to participate in any or all services that fit your Family needs.
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