New Parent Support Program
Army Community Service (ACS)
B.4700 Mow-Way Road
Never Fear, New Parent Support Program is Here!
Expecting a new baby or do you already have the cutest baby in town?
Give your baby the best The New Parent Support Program offers prenatal and postnatal education. Infant massage classes, customized breastfeeding support, and more FREE of charge.
The New Parent Support Program is a professional team of registered nurses or LCSW’s with extensive knowledge about topics confronting parents. Home visitors are sensitive to the unique challenges faceing military families.
Visits are voluntary, confidential and arrange at your convenience (including lunch hour and early evening appointments).
Active duty parents can earn Free promotion points for participating in our home visitation program.
What If We are Not New Parents?
New ages and stages bring different challenges. Let us help you fill your toolbox with the essential skills to tackle teething, tantrums, potty training, discipline and more all Free for military families. The New Parent Support Program offers you the opportunity to express concerns and ask questions with a trained professional in the comfort of your own home.
Who is Eligible?
Military families expecting a child and parents with children from birth to three years of age are eligible to receive all services Free of charge.
How Do You Enroll?
Just give us a call at (580) 442-4916 between the hours of 0800 to 1600. If we are not available please leave your name and number. All calls are returned within 72 hours excluding weekends and holidays. We look forward to hearing from you.
New Parent Support Program (NPSP) Supports you with….
- Making Parenting Fun
- Ensuring Healthy Growth and Development
- Connecting with Local Resources
- Providing Tools that Support Successful Parenting
- Becoming More Confident as a Parent
- Adapting to Military Life
- Developing a Support System
- Developing Common Ground with your Spouse in the Area of Parenting
- Developing New Friendships
Military and Community Resources:
- Army Community Service, (580)442-4916
- Family Advocacy Program, (580)442-6801