Children's Services


Nurse-Family Partnership® (28 weeks gestation-2 years)

A free home visitation program, nurses mentor first-time mothers and provide education and support through the child’s second birthday. > Learn More

WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Nutrition Program (mothers and children to 5 years)

WIC is a federally funded program designed specifically for women, infants and children that provides voucher for nutritious foods and education in a supportive environment. > Learn More

Early Intervention (birth-3 years)

Having a child is one of life’s greatest experiences. Home Nursing Agency's Early Intervention specialists help children learn, grow and develop right where they are: at home, in the community, and in day care. > Learn More

Pediatric Home Connection (birth-21 years)

Taking care of medically fragile children is not an easy job. Pediatric Home Connection provides skilled nursing care to technologically dependent children so that parents can sleep, work, or go to school. > Learn More

Behavioral Health Care (school-age)

Counseling, education, and other services are critical when facing life’s challenges. Services can provide an alternative to traditional inpatient services, and may include therapy, education for life management, stress reduction education, and medication management. > Learn More

Healing Patch (preschool-18 years)

The Healing Patch Children's Grief Program is a peer support program designed specifically for children and their families who have suffered the loss of a loved one, such as a parent, sibling, grandparent, or close family member. > Learn More