Journals and reports


The report, "Nurse-Family Partnership Successfully Meets All Program Benchmarks From 2012 To 2014," published by the NFP National Service Office is an analysis of the national performance of NFP, finding that the program has met all of the federally required benchmarks for the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visitation (MIECHV) Program. The report provides national results of NFP's implementation of the MIECHV program, comparing the findings from fiscal year 2012 to fiscal year 2014. October 2015.

Researcher Ted Miller’s NFP study published in the Aug. 2015 edition of Prevention Science projects significant long-term effects and government cost saving for families enrolled in Nurse-Family Partnership. August 2015.










The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene publishes "Take Care New York: A Policy for a Healthier New York City," which identifies Nurse-Family Partnership as a healthy way to ensure a healthier mother and baby. April 2005.

The National Center for Infant and Early Childhood Health Policy publishes "Addressing Social-Emotional Development and Infant Mental Health in Early Childhood Systems." The lead author, Paula Zeanah, PhD, MSN, RN is director of NFP in Louisiana. January 2005.

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene publishes a cost/benefit analysis of NFP. September 2004.

The Washington State Institute for Public Policy publishes "Benefits and Costs of Prevention and Early Intervention Programs for Youth" on the cost benefits of NFP. July 2004; updated September 2004.

Fight Crime: Invest in Kids publishes "New Hope for Preventing Child Abuse & Neglect" and "Caught in the Crossfire: Arresting Gang Violence by Investing in Kids." 2004.

The National Governor's Association's Center for Best Practices publishes "Healthy Babies: Efforts to Improve Birth Outcomes and Reduce High Risk Births." June 28, 2004.

The President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health publishes a report identifying Nurse-Family Partnership as an impressive model program (see Recommendation 4.1 on p. 68 of the full report). July 22, 2003.
 







Note: The links on this page are to both external and internal web sites and pages. Many of the reports are in PDF format. PDF documents created by third-party organizations and groups that are available via a NFP web page are available with permission.


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