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General Program Description

General Program Description

The Army New Parent Support Program (NPSP) provides intensive home visiting services to eligible Families with children prenatal to 3 years old whether they live on or off the installation. Activities and services provided include information and referral to military and civilian programs that support parents of infants and young children, such as parenting programs, respite care for children, and supervised play time for children. All activities and services provided through NPSP are voluntary and non-stigmatizing and emphasize the parents’ strengths.

Goals of the Army NPSP are:

  1. Contribute to mission readiness.
  2. Support Family member adaptation to military life.
  3. Enhance the knowledge and skills Family members need to form healthy relationships and provide safe, nurturing environments for children to prevent Family violence.
  4. Foster a supportive military community for young military Families.


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