We are currently hiring for the following positions: Administrative Assistant – Open until filled Women’s Intervention Specialist (Circuit 5) – Open until filled Women’s Intervention Specialist (Circuit 3 & 8) – Open until filled Data Entry Clerk – Open until November 4th, 2020 Nurse Home Visitor – Open until filled Nurse Supervisor – Open until … Continue reading “Job Opportunities”
We currently have a job opportunity available with our NewboRN Home Visiting Program as a Weekend Family Partner. Those interested in applying should submit and an application and resume to https://tinyurl.com/WF1028 by November 4, 2020. Please click here for more information.
Partnership for Strong Families (PSF) is gathering supplies for children in their care for a Back to School Drive. Donors are encouraged to contribute virtually this year due to COVID-19 so PSF has created an Amazon Wishlist to make shopping easier. Please consider helping our community by donating to this amazing cause.
We are pleased to share with you the More Hope Helping Our Parents Excel booklet developed by the Florida Perinatal Quality Collaborative. Please share with others who may also be interested.
Healthy Start of North Central Florida wants to hear from you! We believe every baby deserves a Healthy Start which is why we are gathering feedback through a short survey in an effort to improve outcomes. If you are a woman who is currently pregnant or has been pregnant in the last two years and/or … Continue reading “Healthy Start of North Central Florida Survey”
Healthcare providers, join us for a free 2-hour workshop on Friday, May 15, 2020 from 10:30 AM until 12:30 PM. We will discuss screening, care and treatment for opioid use in pregnancy and Plan of Safe Care referral for Home Visiting Services. For more information, please click here.
Click here to learn about the Count the Kicks app and COVID-19
Below is a list of resources for families in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Florida Department of Health (FDOH) March of Dimes: Pregnant Women and Babies Center for Disease Control (CDC)
For more information regarding hurricane resources, please click here.