Family Nurse Partnership

Our Family Nurse Partnership nurses support young mums aged 19 years and under who are expecting their first baby. This is in addition to the support provided by a midwife.

We get in touch early in the pregnancy and work with the young mum and, where possible, the father, and her family, until her child's second birthday. Once the child is two years old and the Family Nurse Partnership Programme has finished the family will receive support from a Locala health visitor.

We help the new mum to:

  • be as healthy as possible whilst she is pregnant
  • make sure the child is healthy and develops well
  • continue her education/find work/plan for a financially stable future


During our visits we will help the new mum and her family understand the baby, work towards behaviour change where appropriate, emotional development and help to build positive relationships.


Almondbury Children's Centre
Farfield Road
Tel: 030 3330 9933

Useful Links

NHS Family Nurse Partnership - Explains the Family Nurse Partnership and what it does as a service.

Locala Health Visitors - Health Visitors work with families and young people to promote the health of the whole community.

Locala School Nurses - Work at local schools to make sure that children and young people's health needs are being met.

Locala Contraception & Sexual Health - Locala's free and confidential service available across Kirklees at a number of easily accessible locations.

Locala Youth Offending Team - Locala's specialist nurses work with 10 - 18 year olds who are already involved with the Kirklees Youth Offending Team.

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