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Nurse-Family Partnership

Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) is a national evidence-based nurse home visiting program that supports teens and women pregnant with their first baby. Clients are paired with registered nurses and receive regular visits from early pregnancy until their child’s second birthday. NFP helps vulnerable first-time mothers: have healthy pregnancies, become knowledgeable and nurturing parents, reach education and employment goals and provide their children with the best possible start in life.

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A Vibrant Brownsville

Brownsville, Brooklyn is a vibrant, evolving, and unique neighborhood; and SCO is proud of our partnership with the community for over three decades.  Read More

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Last year,

188

youth and adults with special needs participated in volunteer projects in their community

96%

of 12th graders in SCO's Family Foster Care program graduated high school, with 65% enrolled in post-secondary education