The Family Partnership Program provides participants with a Family Partner who serves as their coach beginning in the prenatal period through their child’s second birthday. Program participants receive one-on-one skills-based coaching to help them achieve personalized goals relating to holistic health and wellness, economic mobility, workforce development, life skills, and parenting. The Family Partner supports participants in navigating prenatal and postpartum care, connects them to resources, and provides family stabilization services. Click here to meet our Family Partners.
The Family Partnership Program uses a 3-tier model of programming. In this program participants move through three levels of coaching that allow them the opportunity of increasing autonomy as they work toward their goals.
Participants in this program receive cash gift cards in recognition of meeting personal goals and program milestones, and have the opportunity to earn points for participating in group-based programming through our Stronger Generations Community Calendar.
Family Partners are currently located at three sites including Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center, Brookside Community Health Center, and the OB Ambulatory Clinic at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Services are provided in English and Spanish / Los servicios se brindan en inglés y español.
The Family Partnership Program is open to pregnant individuals who plan to deliver at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Participants must enroll in the program before they are 30 weeks pregnant.
Pregnant individuals delivering at Brigham and Women’s Hospital may self-refer into the program, be referred by their prenatal care provider, or be referred by an external organization. To refer yourself or someone else to the program, please click here.
Participate in one-on-one skills-based coaching to help you achieve personalized goals.
Receive support navigating prenatal and postpartum care and connecting to local resources.
Meet other pregnant and parenting families with opportunities to give and receive peer-based support.