Prenatal/postnatal Home Visitation

Programs staffed by nurses or other trained professionals or volunteers that visit the homes of first-time mothers during pregnancy and the first two years of the child's life to help the women improve their personal health and development during the prenatal period and learn to care for the child following birth. The visits encourage the mothers to maintain good nutrition; and provide information regarding danger signs in pregnancy, preparation for labor and delivery, breastfeeding and other feeding options, baby supplies, basic infant care, newborn behaviors and child development. (AIRS PH-6100.1800-680)

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NM

Statewide

Address:
2300 Menaul Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-272-8549
Toll Free Phone: 800-552-8195
Fax: 505-272-2014
Wheelchair Access: Full Wheelchair Access
Services Provided: The Center for Development and Disability (CDD), established in 1990, is New Mexico's University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service previously known as a UAP. These centers are authorized by the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act to build the capacities of states and communities to respond to the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. The Center for Development and Disability (CDD) is one organization in the Association of University Centers on Disabilities Research, Education and Service (AUCD). The network is coordinated by and receives core funding from the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AIDD). Funding for other programs and projects is obtained through state contracts, federal grants and private funding. There are 67 centers nationwide, including at least one in every US state and territory, which function as a national network of programs.

Accessibility Information
Assistive Technology Information
Autism Therapy
Career Development
Caregiver Training
Case/Care Management
Case/Care Management Referrals
Comprehensive Information and Referral
Developmental Assessment
Directory/Resource List Publication
Disease/Disability Information
Early Childhood Education
Early Identification Programs
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
Government Information Lines
Home/Community Based Care Waiver Programs
Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
Information Lines
Information and Referral
Internet Courses
Legislative Advocacy
Leisure Activities/Recreation
Pediatric Feeding Disorders Programs
Physical Therapy
Special Education Advocacy
Special Education Assessment
Specialized Information and Referral
Speech Therapy
State Government Information Lines
State Medicaid Waiver Programs
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 1/30/2020

Albuquerque, NM

Organization Name: UNM/HSC CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT & DISABILITY CDD
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Address:
2300 Menaul Blvd Ne
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-272-5899
Wheelchair Access: No Stairs in Service Delivery Areas
Services Provided: Early Childhood Mental Health Services ECMHS at UNM CDD offer relationship-based and family-centered assessment and treatment services for infants and toddlers birth to three and their caregivers/families. We provide assessment and treatment services when families are concerned about a very young child's social and emotional well-being, self-regulation, behavior, and/or when difficulties in child rearing come up for parents/caregivers. Children who have experienced abuse, neglect, disruptive changes in their care-giving environment and/or other potentially traumatic events are an area of specialization for ECMHS clinicians. The Infant Team program at UNM CDD works directly with children birth to three in CYFD-CPS custody, providing a comprehensive assessment of these children and their relationships with primary caregivers. This program provides some case management services, court reporting, and treatment for children and families. Referrals must be made through CYFD or with CYFD caseworker's approval. ECMH Services are provided by licensed social workers, psychologists, counselors, and advanced psychology trainees with specialized training in infant and early childhood mental health approaches. We offer an extended assessment process to be sure we understand family concerns fully before developing a plan for intervention designed to bring relief to both children and their caregivers/families. Parents, other caregivers and family members are our partners in this process and are always actively involved in all aspects of the assessment and treatment process. Services are primarily home-based, or can take place in our offices.

Caregiver Training
Case/Care Management
Developmental Assessment
Disease/Disability Information
Early Identification Programs
Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
Prenatal/Postnatal Home Visitation Programs
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 1/30/2020
Organization Name: UNM/HSC CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT & DISABILITY (CDD)
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Address:
2300 Menaul Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-272-5828
Fax: 505-272-8988
Wheelchair Access: No Stairs in Service Delivery Areas
Services Provided: Nurse-Family Partnership is a free, voluntary program that partners first-time moms with nurse home visitors. When you enroll in the program, a specially trained nurse will visit you throughout your pregnancy and until your baby turns two years old. During these visits, your caring nurse will offer the knowledge and support you need to confidently create a better life for your baby and yourself. We are currently servicing all of Bernalillo County

Accessibility Information
Caregiver Training
Case/Care Management
Case/Care Management Referrals
Comprehensive Information and Referral
Developmental Assessment
Disease/Disability Information
Early Identification Programs
Health Maintenance Organizations
Information and Referral
Pediatric Feeding Disorders Programs
Specialized Information and Referral
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 1/30/2020
Organization Name: UNM/HSC CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT & DISABILITY CDD
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Address:
2300 Menaul Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-925-7899
Wheelchair Access: No Stairs in Service Delivery Areas
Services Provided: Parents as Teachers South Valley is a home visiting partnership offering support to families prenatally through kindergarten entry. We use an evidence-based curriculum that provides parents guidance on child development and foster caregivers and child bonding. The model empowers parents/caregivers as their children's first teacher. We also provide health screenings such as hearing and vision as well as developmental screenings.

Expectant/New Parent Assistance
Parenting Education
Prenatal/Postnatal Home Visitation Programs
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 1/30/2020
Organization Name: UNM/HSC CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT & DISABILITY CDD
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Address:
2300 Menaul Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-925-4260
Wheelchair Access: No Stairs in Service Delivery Areas
Services Provided: Partners for Employment is a collaborative approach to increasing employment outcomes for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities. The initial partners are the University of New Mexico, the Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Support Division and the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. The primary goal for Partners for Employment is to build capacity within the state of New Mexico among state agencies personnel, service providers, family members, self-advocates, employers and other supports.Partners for Employment provides training, technical assistance, resource/ information and research on employment supports including provider agencies, state agency personnel, family members, individuals with disabilities, educators and other support systems. Partners for employment offers a variety of training opportunity across the state with national and local leaders in Best practices in employment services. Partners for Employment provides technical assistance to teams providing services utilizing a Project Search model and license. Partners for Employment provides targeted technical assistance to selected teams and individuals referred through DDSD for customized employment. Partners for Employment provide information and resources through tip sheets and video shorts on the information resource network page at CDD. Additionally Partners for Employment is facilitating every other month SELL Supported Employment Local Leaders meeting in each region of the state. Partners for employment hosts a school to work transitional alliance meeting on a quarterly basis to discuss and make recommendations for improvement in school to work transition. One of the Partners in Partners for Employment is NM Anderson School of Business which is conducting a research project by surveying businesses across the state.

Career Development
Caregiver Training
Case/Care Management
Comprehensive Information and Referral
Comprehensive Job Assistance Centers
Disease/Disability Information
Distance Education
Employment Preparation
Information and Referral
Internet Courses
Job Interview Training
Job Readiness
Personal Financial Counseling
Resume Preparation Assistance
School System Advocacy
Special Education Advocacy
State Medicaid Waiver Programs
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 12/13/2019
Address:
306 A San Pablo St. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
Phone: 505-272-9242
Fax: 505-272-1538
Services Provided: Young Children's Health Center YCHC is a community-based pediatric clinic that provides comprehensive health services to families with children from birth to young adulthood residing in the southeast heights of Albuquerque. Staff is bilingual Spanish/English in order to better serve the community. Special components of this clinic include home visitation to families with babies 0-36 months, behavioral health services, case management, and outreach activities to local schools and the community center, which includes gang prevention and intervention and other neighboring activities. Networking and collaboration with other community programs is a priority and strength of YCHC. Children with special healthcare needs and their families are offered the opportunity to participate in a "medical home" model of individualized care

Developmental Assessment
Early Identification Programs
Immunizations
Pediatrics
Prenatal/Postnatal Home Visitation Programs
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 8/21/2019
4916 4th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-250-4483
Address:
4916 4th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-250-4483
Wheelchair Access: No Stairs in Service Delivery Areas
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 11/7/2018

Deming, NM

205 E Hemlock
Deming, NM 88030
Phone: 575-546-9254
Address:
205 E Hemlock
Deming, NM 88030
Phone: 575-546-9254
Services Provided: To provide the information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life.
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 12/9/2019

Los Alamos, NM

190 Central Park Square
Ste 216
Los Alamos, NM 87544
Phone: 505-661-4810
Address:
190 Central Park Square
Ste 216
Los Alamos, NM 87544
Phone: 505-661-4810
Fax: 866-668-4514
Services Provided: First Born Program of Los Alamos provides free home visiting services to families living in Los Alamos County. Services may be requested at any time during pregnancy or until the baby is two month of age, and visits continue until the child is three years of age. Through home visitation, participating families are provided with education, support, and appropriate service coordination to encourage the development of healthy babies in positive, nurturing families.

Friendly Visiting
General Expectant/New Parent Assistance Programs
Prenatal/Postnatal Home Visitation Programs
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 3/25/2019

San Felipe Pb, NM

Organization Name: PUEBLO OF SAN FELIPE
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Address:
PO Box 4339
San Felipe Pb, NM 87001
Phone: 505-771-9900
Fax: 505-867-6166
Services Provided: Home visiting focuses on the parent-infant dyad attachment relationship. Serving Native American families, prenatal until child is 3. Methods are presented to nurture healthy attachment between the caregiver and infant. Family Spirit focuses on practical lessons to parenting, and Circle of Security provides parents with support in fostering strong and healthy behaviors for closeness.

Case/Care Management
Environmental Hazards Information
Expectant/New Parent Assistance
Family Based Services
Information and Referral
Nutrition Education
Parenting Education
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 12/19/2019

Tucumcari, NM

Organization Name: PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL SERVICES PMS
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Address:
615 S 2nd Street
Tucumcari, NM 88401
Phone: 575-461-7964
Toll Free Phone: 844-782-9043
Services Provided: PMS is the successor to the United Presbyterian Church's Medical Mission work in the Southwest, which began in 1901. In 1969, a New Mexico based 501C 3 nonprofit corporation was formed to ensure continuation of the mission to provide health care services to the underserved communities throughout the Southwest

Audiology
Case/Care Management
Developmental Assessment
Disease/Disability Information
Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities/Delays
Hearing Screening
Information and Referral
Nutrition Education
Parenting Education
Speech Therapy
Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 2/7/2020

Nationwide

2228 Ball Drive
Saint Louis, MO 63146
Phone: 314-432-4330
Address:
2228 Ball Drive
Saint Louis, MO 63146
Phone: 314-432-4330
Toll Free Phone: 866-728-4968
Fax: 314-432-8963
Email: info@parentsasteachers.org
Eligibility: At-risk families with children under the age of 5.
Services Provided: Parents as Teachers helps organizations and professionals work with parents during the critical early years of their children's lives, from conception to kindergarten. By administering home visits to families, developing curricula, training professionals and advocating for children and family.
Locate a Parents as Teachers program in your area.
Source: MHP-Nationwide
Last Updated: 11/7/2019