HANDS home visitation for new/expectant parents

This home visitation program teaches parents about health, pregnancy, home safety, bonding and infant development.

HANDS home visitation program

Health Access Nurturing Development Services (HANDS) home visiting program for pregnant moms-to-be and new parents supports all areas of a baby's development. 

The program helps families learn about health, pregnancy, home safety, bonding and infant development through fun activities.

The program is voluntary and pairs parents with skilled mentors to provide tools, resources and knowledge that all parents need.

There is no cost to families. Non-English speaking services are available.

Who can participate?

Participation begins during pregnancy or any time before the newborn reaches 12 weeks of age. Services can last up until the child turns 2 years old.

Families must be enrolled prenatally or before a child is 90 days old.

Donations needed

Our program accepts dontations to best serve the community.

  • Infant supplies
  • Diapers
  • Formula
  • Strollers
  • High chairs
  • Baby bath tubs
  • Nursing cushions or “boppy” pillows