Family Nurse Partnership

The Family Nurse Partnership is a licensed preventative programme for vulnerable first time young mothers. It offers intensive and structured home visiting delivered by specially trained nurses from early in pregnancy until a child is two.

Further evaluation of Family Nurse Partnership programme published

The Department is publishing 3 reports that provide the results of further evaluative studies of the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) programme. They cover the themes of programme eligibility, emerging issues … Read more → – Further evaluation of Family Nurse Partnership programme published

Family Nurse Partnership Programme Information Leaflet

The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) programme information leaflet has been revised and updated. It covers the main features of the programme, as well as information for commissioners. The Government made … Read more → – Family Nurse Partnership Programme Information Leaflet

Locations of the Family Nurse Partnership Programme (FNP) in England.

The attached map shows locations of FNP sites in England. The Family Nurse Partnership is a licensed, preventative programme for vulnerable young first time mothers. It offers intensive and structured … Read more → – Locations of the Family Nurse Partnership Programme (FNP) in England.

Preparation for Birth and Beyond: resource pack to help parenthood groups

‘Preparation for Birth and Beyond: a resource pack for leaders of community groups and activities’, which aims to help the NHS, local authorities and the voluntary sector in planning or … Read more → – Preparation for Birth and Beyond: resource pack to help parenthood groups