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  • New Haven Healthy Start
  • Jaime Myers-McPhail
  • Hannah Greaves
  • Erin McCarthy
  • Evelyn Gorsline-Flamm (NFN)
  • Wanda Malave
  • Joanne Goldblum
  • Alice Ellovich
  • Lee Cruz
  • Tracy Helin
  • Roger Senserrich - CAHS
 

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Name of the Organization
City of New Haven Health Dept - Nurturing Families Network
Contact Person
Kathleen Hagearty
Contact phone
203-946-5754
E-mail
khageart@newhavenct.net
Interest
Early Childhood, Education
Description Interest
The Nurturing Families Network consists of the Nurturing Connections program, which provides telephone support and referral services for first-time mothers; the Intensive Home Visiting Program, which includes weekly home visitation and case management services; and/or Nurturing Parenting Program groups, community-based parenting education and support groups for families.

Research evaluating NFN shows the programs have helped parents reduce stress, use community resources more effectively, further their education and careers and develop healthier relationships with their children.

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At 3:38pm on February 14, 2011, evelise ribeiro said…
Hi, you will have to print the pre-application HCV.  The tenant based pre-application.  Let me know if you are still having problems.
At 3:50pm on October 4, 2010, Doreen Abubakar said…
Hi Kathleen,
Spoke Yury and She would like to contact you, would you email her you contact info
Yury Maciel-Andrews
yurykikas@hotmail.com
At 2:53pm on August 18, 2009, Pam Hansen said…
Hi Kathy, Great profile, I finally added the New Haven EC Council Profile. Let's try to get the MCH staff to sign on, then all of the NFN. Pam
At 3:13pm on August 13, 2009, Wanda Malave said…
very good Kathy I like your profile
At 9:10pm on June 24, 2009, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Welcome to GNH Community! Glad to have you in.
 
 
 

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