Healthy Families Jacksonville is a free, voluntary, early learning and family support program designed to help parents be the best they can be, and to help children grow and develop during the most crucial first years of life. Services are provided to families right in their homes. Trained professional support workers visit pregnant and new moms to provide knowledge and support in several areas:
- Pregnancy and wellness (pre- and postnatal)
- Parenting skills
- Parent-Child interaction
- Child development
- Importance of bonding and attachment
Staff help increase parents’ confidence in parenting, reduce stress and teach about financial management and community resources. Healthy Families Jacksonville is a convenient way to improve the health and well-being of mothers, infants and young children of Duval County.
These support services are provided by Children's Home Society, Greater Northeast Florida (First Coast) and the Kids Hope Alliance, and begin prenatally or within three months of the birth of the child. Families who live in the following zip codes may be eligible to receive these services: 32202, 32204, 32205, 32206, 32207, 32208, 32209, 32210, 32211, 32216, 32217, 32218, 32219, 32220, 32221, 32226, 32233, 32244, 32246, 32250, 32254, 32256, 32257, 32277. To give your baby a positive start or to learn more about Healthy Families Jacksonville contact Jerelyn Allen at the Kids Hope Alliance at (904) 255-4452. Or, visit the Healthy Families Florida website to learn about Healthy Families programs throughout the state.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you require an accommodation to participate in any of our activities, programs or services, please contact Mary Nash at (904)255-4451 or email@example.com
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