New Parent Support Program (NPSP)

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of social workers and nurses who focus on providing one-on-one support for new parents. The program helps parents, including expecting parents, develop the skills they need to provide a nurturing environment for their children.

Having a new baby in the home is a pleasure and a challenge for most parents. But for military families who are separated from extended family, parenthood can pose special concerns. To help parents cope with the challenges, the military has developed the NPSP. This program is voluntary and free of charge.

Through a variety of programs including home visits, Baby Boot Camp and Parenting Proudly classes, the NPSP will help your family cope with the unique, everyday demands and challenges of raising a family in the military. Click here for a downloadable NPSP PDF brochure (752 kb).


Client Services

Home Visits

Private, in-home support for new parents is the main focus of the NPSP. As a new parent, you may feel more comfortable asking questions and expressing your concerns about parenthood in the privacy of your own home. Call (808) 257-8803 for information.

Baby Boot Camp

A childbirth education and infant care class for all parents. Parents learn about labor and delivery, infant care, understanding their newborn, safety and much more. Call (808) 257-8803 for information.

Baby Sign Language

Learn signs to communicate with your baby/toddler, meet other moms and dads, reduce your baby/toddler’s frustrations and tantrums while having fun together through interactive activities and games. Held 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at the Base Chapel Toddler Room 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Registration required. Call 257-8803 for information.

Breastfeeding Support Group

Bring your baby to share and learn in a friendly, supportive atmosphere – Thursdays 1000-1130 in the Chapel’s Toddler Room. Expectant Mothers Welcome.

Infant Massage Class

Learn about the power of touch in bonding with your baby, the benefits for the baby’s circulation, digestion, and emotional well-being. Call (808) 257-8803 for information.


Often times you may need the assistance of additional services offered through the military health care system, your installation, or the local community. NPSP professionals can help you find and take advantage of those services that suit your needs best.

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