The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of nurses and licensed counselors who provide education and support to individuals and families that are expecting or families with children under the age of 6.

We offer free home visitations, classes, and groups to promote positive parent-child bonding and attachment as well as balancing family and military life. All services are free for eligible patrons of the Military Treatment Facility (MTF). Pre-registration is required to attend. 

You can click on the link to request information. Fill out the 4-question form and NPSP will contact you within 72 business hours to complete registration for classes, answer questions and schedule home or office visits.

Program Services

Home Visits

Home visitors work with families in a one-on-one setting to enhance parenting skills and provide support.

Visits may be conducted in your home or our office.

Parents in Uniform

There are many challenges associated with being a military parent. This small group-based class is offered to moms and dads at any stage of pregnancy. Home visitors will educate parents to be on Marine Corps policies including housing information, legal requirements, on-island childcare options and other family readiness issues.

Baby Boot Camp

This class will assist in preparing expectant parents to be confident and competent. In this class, parents will learn the basics of infant development, self-care as a parent, infant safety, newborn care, community resources and more. Baby boot camp is recommended for new parents or parents with older children. This is generally taken during the third trimester. 

Infant Massage

The bond between a parent and child may be one of the strongest and most important human attachments. Nurturing a secure bond between you and your infant is essential to the healthy development of your baby’s sense of self and security in the world. Infant massage involves the most important elements of bonding and teaches the ideal interaction to build trust and love. 

Play Morning

The interactive, educational playgroups assist parents in learning developmentally appropriate play techniques and help children improve their social, cognitive and motor skills. Parents have the opportunity to meet other parents and have a great time with their kids.

Children must be younger than 6 years old to attend. 

Classes and Events


Contact Information

New Parent Support Program

Building 439
Behavioral Health
Camp Foster,

Phone: 098-970-0396

DSN: 645-0396

OCONUS Base Phone: 81-98-970-0396


Mon–Fri 7:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Holiday Hours
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