Nurse Support Program: Home Visiting

NEW! Free Partners in Parenting Education Drop-in Class Every Wednesday

Group of women with information about parenting class in Thornton Opens in new windowFree parenting babies and toddlers from birth to 3 years old support class. Bring your baby or toddler to build new friendships with other mothers. A registered nurse will provide discussions around parenting and support. This is class is open to all parents and caregivers. See flyer in English and Spanish

Drop-in from 10-11 a.m. on Wednesdays at Thornton Community Center, 2141 E. 95th Ave.

Nurse Support Program Services

Our Nurse Support Programs provide nursing services, support, and care coordination to families with small children in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas County. We also provide services to at-risk adults in Arapahoe County only.

Our partners in County Human Services offices identify families and individuals that could benefit from Nurse Support Program services. Nurse Support Program nurses provide families and individuals with nursing assessments, care coordination, and education based on needs identified by the client county caseworker and nurse.

The mission of the Nurse Support Program is to reduce the risks and mitigate the effects of traumatic events while encouraging healthy social, physical, and emotional development. We provide a holistic assessment of individuals and families and advocate for equity in our communities by connecting our clients to the support systems and resources they need to achieve optimal health.

Healthcare and Medical Providers

Families must reside in Adams, Arapahoe, or Douglas County, meet income requirements and be pregnant or parenting a baby under six months. Public health nurses provide prenatal education, resources, and parenting support up to the baby’s first birthday. Complete our referral form for your patients to be seen by one of our nurses.