When you’re about to become a first-time parent, it’s nice to have someone to turn to who is knowledgeable about pregnancy, babies and parenting. That’s why the Nurse-Family Partnership Program is so worthwhile. But it’s not only valuable for each expecting family, it’s important for our community. The Nurse-Family Partnership Program has the potential to create healthier and more successful families, which are key to a stronger community. Douglas County administers the Nurse-Family Partnership Program, but its funding comes from Medicaid, a health care program for low-income people. News-Review reporter Carisa Cegavske offered a look at the program when she …
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