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United States Air Force
New Parent Support Program
7329 11th Street
Hill AFB, UT 84056
The New Parent Support Program is a team of support staff — made up of nurses, social workers and home visitation specialists — that focuses on providing individualized support for new and expecting parents. Services vary, but may include home visits, parenting classes, playgroups or prenatal classes. Find out what’s available at your installation. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Check out a nearby installation to see if they have additional resources.
The New Parent Support Program offers information, support and guidance to military families who are expecting a child or have a child 3 years old or younger. Services are provided free of charge to eligible families. Program staff provides support in the areas of pregnancy, labor and delivery, infant and toddler care and safety, growth and development, parenting and family relationships through home visits, classes, support groups and referrals to community services. New Parent Support Program staff understands the impact that military life can have on expectant and new families and assists families in coping with these special situations. Program services are tailored to each family's unique circumstances and can help with preparing for parenthood, parenting skills, understanding growth and development, couple communication and stress management.
New Parent Support Program services are provided by registered nurses, licensed social workers and parent educators.
Program services are available to military families with an expectant parent or with children 3 years of age or younger.
To get more information, contact your installation's Family Advocacy Program office. Find your installation on MilitaryINSTALLATIONS and select ‘Family Advocacy Program’ from the drop-down menu. You will find contact information specific to your installation on that page.
OB Orientation (OBO)
Topics include information on nutrition, dental care, information on the NPSP, TRICARE information, handouts on prenatal care, current literature on pregnancy issues, and much more. Parents will meet with a registered nurse and have a one-on-one appointment and receive a referral for the OB provider of their choice downtown or will attend a group OB orientation class. Contact 801-728-2600 to schedule your appointment.
We can come to your home with individualized information to help you with your parenting journey. This can include maternal/child health, adjustment to parenthood, infant care, breastfeeding, nutrition, military lifestyle, relationship concerns, prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Shaken Baby Syndrome, growth and development from birth to three years of age, toilet training, sleep issues/sleep training, parenting/discipline, childproofing, referrals to Give Parents a Break, community referrals, and more! Call Family Advocacy at 801-777-3497 to schedule a home visit with a registered nurse or social worker.
The Baby Basics class contains all the basic information you will need for your new little family member. The New Parent Support Nurse will cover what to expect the first few weeks, when to call the doctor, how to calm your fussy baby, how to read your baby’s cues, and learn about how to breastfeed your baby. A special 3-day pass may be available for attendees. For more information or to sign up for the class call the Family Advocacy office at 801-777-3497 or DSN 312-777-3497.
Dads: The Basics
Being a new father can be a challenge, so increase your confidence, knowledge, and skills during this 3-session class taught by dads for new dads. A special 3-day pass may be available for attendees. For more information or to sign up for the class call the Family Advocacy office at 801-777-3497 or DSN 312-777-3497.
Love and Logic
Facilitators will provide you with the skills needed to raise respectful, responsible children even when you are not watching. Using choices you will share control with your children, reducing conflicts and battles. Using empathy and choices allows parents to improve your relationship with your child. For more information or to sign up for the class call the Family Advocacy office at 801-777-3497 or DSN 312-777-3497.
Beyond the Bump
New Moms Support Group: New moms come together and safely share their concerns, challenges, and successes. They will learn traits of a healthy family, what to expect during their postpartum experience, and form supporting and lasting friendships. Call Family Advocacy office at 801-777-3497 for more information or to sign up.
Healthy Relationships: Couples Class
Falling in love is easy, but staying in love is an art. This 4 session course will address communication, trust, commitment, intimacy, and much more. (Partnering with Weber State University, and provides free dinner and child activities as well as gift cards for attending.) Call Family Advocacy office at 801-777-3497 for more information
Healthy Relationships: Singles Class
Learn how to have a better relationship, what to look for in a dating relationship and understand the connection that must be kept as a relationship grows. (Partnering with Weber State University, and provides free dinner and child activities as well as gift cards for attending.) Call Family Advocacy office at 801-777-3497 for more information
This class will help individuals recognize and manage anger. You will learn acceptable ways of expressing anger, better understand yourself, and improve communication to prevent angry situations. Call Family Advocacy office at 801-777-3497 for more information or to sign up.
An organization for moms, dads and their children (ages zero through kindergarten) to socialize with their peers, and form friendships. It's a wonderful support system and a way to form friendships that can last a lifetime. Call Family Advocacy at 801-777-3497 or DSN 312-777-3497 or the Airman & Family Readiness Center at 801-777-4681 or DSN 312-777-4681 for scheduled dates.