Tribal Home Visiting is a supportive service to Native families who are expecting and have children between the ages of 0-5 years. Home Visiting is for anyone who wants to learn what makes their baby do the things they do, learn about their child’s growth and development, grow their own skills when parenting gets hard, and learn how to be a better parent for their child. Services are delivered to families by a Home Visitor in a family’s home or other comfortable space. Tribal Home Visiting gives Native families a chance to succeed and thrive so children can grow healthy and happy.
What Services Does NAPPR Tribal Home Visiting Provide?
Parenting Support and Skills
Child Development Information
Child Social and Emotional Development Information
Prenatal and Post-partum Information
Child and Caregiver Wellness Screenings
Parent-Driven Child Activities
Assist in Overcoming Family Challenges
Assistance in Achieving Family Goals
Connection to Community Resources
Socialization Events for Families
Who Qualifies for NAPPR Tribal Home Visiting?
- Native American families living in Bernalillo, Cibola and Sandoval counties.
- Native American families who are expecting and have a child between 0-3 years (family can remain in the program until the child’s 5th birthday).
- Caregivers who have legal custody such as a grandparent, sibling, family relative, or adoptive parent.
How Do You Get Started?
If you think you might be interested in our Tribal Home Visiting Program or would like to learn more, click the Get Started button below, or call us at (505) 345-6289. The Tribal Home Visiting Program Manager will contact you within 5 business days.