North Central Health District


Nurse-Family Partnership

Birth Control. Because You Have Other Plans.

Improving the Lives of Babies and Mothers

Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a voluntary program for Houston County women who are expecting their first baby. If you enroll, a registered nurse will visit you in hour home throughout the pregnancy and continue until your child’s second birthday.


Our Mission

  • To improve pregnancy outcomes – we want a healthy mom and a healthy baby.
  • To improve child health and development – when the child is born we want that child to develop physically and developmentally like they should
  • To improve economic self sufficiency – which means we want you to be in better position to care for you and your baby financially.


How much does this program cost?

Nurse-Family Partnership is FREE to all eligible women.


Who Is Eligible to Enroll?

  • First-time expecting mothers
  • Less than 28 weeks pregnant
  • Meet income requirements
  • Lives in Houston County


How often will a nurse visit you?

  • First four visits: Weekly
  • During pregnancy: Bi-Weekly
  • Birth to six weeks old: Weekly
  • Seven weeks to 21 months old: Bi-weekly
  • 22 months to 24 months: Monthly


How do I refer myself or someone I know?

Contact our office at 478-218-0142.


Make an Appointment Today

Call the Houston County Health Department to ask questions or make an appointment!


Learn about our related health services:

Pregnancy Testing
STD/HIV Testing
Women's Wellness