The Philadelphia Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) has been serving low-income first-time mothers in Philadelphia since 2001, and has been recognized by the NFP National Service Office and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for exemplary performance.
Nurse-Family Partnership is a national, evidence-based community health program. The program’s outcomes include long-term family improvements in health, education, and economic self-sufficiency. By helping to break the cycle of poverty, the Nurse-Family Partnership plays an important role in helping to improve the lives of society’s most vulnerable members, build stronger communities, and leave a positive impact on this and future generations.
In May 2020, NNCC created the Family Emergency Fund to provide critical financial support to families in the form of low-barrier, rapid response grants.
The goals of the Family Emergency Fund are to:
"The best part is having an amazing nurse who loves and cares for my child the way I do. And having a program that provides so much for my child to help with her early learning and development." - Emergency Fund Recipient
Do you know a family who could benefit from our services? Please click the button below, complete the PDF form, and send it to us to refer a client to our services.Refer a client to the Nurse-Family Partnership
Philadelphia Nurse-Family Partnership
1080 N. Delaware Ave., Suite 300 D
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Our mission is to empower first-time mothers living in poverty to successfully change their lives and the lives of their children through evidence-based nurse home visiting. Our goal is for children to be healthy, families to thrive, communities to prosper, and to break the cycles of poverty.