- NPSP Classes
What To Expect Now That You're Expecting
Topics covered are body changes during pregnancy, financial considerations, communication, family changes, postpartum depression, Shaken Baby Syndrome and partner support during pregnancy and birth. We have an empathy belly available for the non-pregnant partner during this class.
Class time: First Wednesday of every month from 1 to 3 p.m. at ACS/ACS Annex Building 9023.
Daddy Boot Camp
Calling all expecting Dads! Learn the basics of infant development, baby safety, newborn care, community resources, and more. Whether it's your first baby or third, this class is designed to be interactive and fun. Network with other fathers, build confidence in your ability to parent, and enhance your nurturing side.
Class Time: Second Wednesday of every month from 1 to 3 p.m. at ACS/ACS Annex Building 9023.
Join in a play group for infants and children up to 4 years of age.
Class Time: Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month from 9 to 11 a.m. at Clark Fitness Center on the Basketball Court. Masks are required for adults.
- Support, Education, Information and Resource Referral
We provide support to families to include adapting to military life, being far away from family and friends, lending an ear or support during deployments. We are here to help.
We provide education covering multiple subjects to include pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, baby care, calming baby, infant and child growth and development and expectations, infant and child safety, temper tantrums, sleep, etc.
Information and Resource Referral: We provide information and referrals to many agencies such as WIC, Early Intervention, EFMP (Exceptional Family Member Program), Kenner Army Health Clinic/Wilkerson Pediatric Clinic, Military One Source, Financial Readiness Program, Army Emergency Relief, Child and Youth Services, Community Activities, etc.
We offers services from a licensed professional for expectant parents and parents of newborns and up to 3 years of age. NPSP can assist with any of your questions, needs or parenting goals.
We Will Come To You
Military Families are often far away from family and friends they would normally turn to for help. The NPSP can visit with you at your home or, you can schedule an office visit.