New Parent Support Program (NPSP) services are offered by a team of registered nurses and social workers. Services are personalized and tailored to fit your family’s specific needs. NPSP is a support service, and participation is voluntary. Home visitors are sensitive to the unique challenges and stressors facing military Families. Services offered include home visits, support groups, parenting classes, and activities.
Home visits are arranged at your convenience. Visits can range from weekly to monthly, based on the changing needs of your Family. Visits can be scheduled to allow both parents to attend the visit, if desired.
Parenting Classes & Activities
The activities and classes offered provide “hands on” information and skill building for parents to support informed decision making and problem solving with toddlers and young children.
MEET AND GREET PLAY GROUP
Every Wednesday, 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (except Holidays) at Army Community service, 7264 Normandy Drive, Fort Riley, KS.
Military parents and children between 12-36 months are welcome to attend.
The activities and classes offered through the New Parent Support Program provide “hands on” information and skill building for parents to support informed decision making
To learn more about the New Parent Support Program, call (785) 239-9435.