Maternal/Child Health

Whether you’re an expectant mom or a child in need of care, our Maternal/Child Health services focus on wellness and clinical support. Nurses who are experienced in pediatrics and family health care work to:

  • Educate and support parents regarding growth, development, feeding, immunizations, and more
  • Identify a medical home for children and parents
  • Link families to essential resources, including state support programs and community agencies.

Pediatric Palliative Care

Pediatric Palliative Care is a special layer of support that supplements medical treatment for children and their families who are living with a life-limiting illness. Palliative care focuses on providing relief from symptoms, pain, and stress, and aims to improve your child’s quality of life.

Karly Duquette

As a mother, you want the people who are coming to your home to love your children as much as they would their own. That’s the kind of care we’ve received from VNH.

Strong Families Vermont

Strong Families Vermont Nurse Home Visiting Program supports healthy decision making and effective parenting throughout the joys and challenges of being a parent. This program supports the foundation of a healthy family through:

  • A free, reliable nurse available to visit you regularly during pregnancy, after birth, and continuing through your child’s second birthday.
  • A voluntary, structured program to support your parenting journey.
  • Nursing visits will take place at your home or another place where you are comfortable.

Julie Kelley

Overall, the services have improved our quality of life, reduced stress in our family, and provided an outlet for fun. It truly has kept her healthier.

If you have questions about eligibility, insurance coverage, or how to access care, please call us directly at 800-575-5162.

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