Thank you for participating in our survey! You told us what we could do better, and we're taking action. Learn more below.
For those of you who participated in this survey in the past, you may have received a gift card for your participation. Unfortunately, our funding for these gift cards ended and we can no longer offer a gift card for each survey distributed on or after 12/14/22. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we hope that it does not change your willingness to provide us feedback on your experience in the program, as it has been invaluable to us. We will continue to use your feedback to make improvements to the program.Learn More
Many people said they want to meet with their nurse in person.
The guidance for nurses to meet safely with NFP participants has changed over time given the nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ask your nurse if they are available to meet in person, and they will tell you what is possible.
Some people said they want more communication or faster response times from their nurses. Others said they want more visit reminders.
Talk to your nurse about the hours they are available to respond to your questions. Discuss with your nurse ways to help remember your next visit. If you have an emergency, contact 911.
Some people said they want more topics to choose from during visits and more information about community resources.
We will share this feedback with our nurses. But, if you want more activities during your home visits, please let your nurse know what you would like to do.
Be sure to request the topics most top of mind for you. You may want to contact your nurse before the visit to share what you want to discuss so your nurse can come prepared. Ask your nurse if there is a service or support that may be helpful to you.
Some people said they want to meet other NFP participants.
Many new parents want ways to connect with other parents. Ask your nurse about parent groups available in your community.
NFP has an alumni group that you can join when your child turns 18 months. It is a way to connect with other NFP families and be surrounded by a community of support in your continued parenting journey. Visit the Raising Strong website for more information.
Some people said we should make NFP available to more families.
Individuals interested in having a personal nurse through NFP can call or text 844-637-6667 or visit this website. Feel free to share this information with friends and family.
Some people said they want to meet with their nurse on different days, at different times or more or less frequently.
Your nurse may be able to adjust your visit schedule or visit length, so talk with them about your needs.
Here’s a peek.
60,000+ NFP families served every year.
366,000+ families visited since 1996.
2,210+ current NFP nurses.
40 states, Washington D.C., the U.S. Virgin Islands and some Tribal Communities.