• Prenatal 0-5 Home Visits
Registered nurses make home visits to infants at risk for delay in development. These risk factors may include: prematurity, low apgar scores, birth trauma, substance abuse, and need for parenting skills.
• Medicaid/Targeted Case Management
A Medicaid benefit for infants and families. Registered nurses make home visits to assess the needs of families with referrals to community agencies.
• Teen Parents
Parents under the age of 18 receive home visits from registered nurses. Services provided may include: parenting information, and referrals to community agencies.
• Spanish Home Visitation Program
Para-professionals make home visits to teach parenting skills and appropriate developmental milestones.
• United Way Welcome Baby
Home visit services are provided by trained volunteers focusing on first time parents.
• Spanish speaking home visitors are available
• No cost for services
• For more information call Utah County Health Department 801-851-7059
• Parents as Teachers
The Welcome Baby program has been affiliated with the Parents As Teachers program since 1999. The vision of the PAT program is that all children will learn, grow and develop to realize their full potential. The mission of the program is to provide the information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life.