With the guidance of Nurse-Family Partnership’s Debbie Brush, Kyleigh Lamb has bounced back from a teen pregnancy to keep her life’s goals in front of her while providing a loving, nurturing home for her young son, Kylen. Brush, a registered nurse in the NFP home visiting program model affiliated with the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, began working with Kyleigh, who was 28 weeks pregnant at the time, in the voluntary, early-intervention program that provides ongoing home visits from nurses to low-income, first-time moms. Along this journey, the moms receive the care and support they need to have a healthy pregnancy as well as gain skills and learn about resources related to child health and development, early education, and home safety that can benefit children physically, socially and emotionally through the first two years of the child’s life.

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