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New Parent Support Program- Camp Pendleton

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Installation Listings

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Geographical Address

Duty Station (or best approximation)
Public Address
14th and C street Building 13150 Marine & Family Services Camp Pendleton, CA 92055
Postal Code
92055
latitude
33.31
longitude
-117.32

Contact Info

DSN
(760) 725-3884
Operating Hours
Mon–Fri 7:30am–4pm Sat/Sun Closed
Overview:

Your safety is our top priority. Please review our current policies:
  • Call  (760) 725-3884 or  (442) 288-4109 for appointments or assistance
  • Continuing virtual home visits until further notice
  • In-person services offered by appointment in Bldg. 13150
  • Workshops and training will be provided using social distancing

For the most up to date information on facility closures/program changes and updates, visit mccscp.com/impact.

New Parent support is staffed by licensed social workers, marriage and family therapists, and registered nurses. The team provides assistance, education, and support to our Marine Corps families by offering in-home visits, parenting education classes, information, and referrals for active-duty personnel and family members. Through a variety of programs, New Parent Support can help families adjust to having a new baby and coping with stress, isolation, pre and post-deployment, reunification, and everyday life.

Program Benefits

  • Be prepared for parenthood
  • Become more confident
  • Understand your child’s development
  • Develop common ground with your spouse in the area of parenting
  • Improve your relationship with your children
  • Make parenting fun
  • Be a better parent to your children
  • Feel more at home in the military community

Who’s Eligible All military families expecting or with a child under six years of age are eligible to participate free of charge in all services offered.

What if we are not new parents? Even if you have been raising your family for a few years, new ages and stages bring different challenges. Often, adding a brother or sister to the family presents a real change for everyone. The New Parent Support Program offers you the opportunity to express your concerns and ask questions about babies, young children, and family relationships.

Home Visits Can take place in the home, the New Parent Support office, or any other convenient and comfortable location. The evidence-based Nurturing Parenting curriculum is utilized during home visits. Home visit topics may include:

  • Age-appropriate discipline
  • Age-appropriate play
  • Effective communication
  • Stress management
  • Nutrition
  • Deployment issues
  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
  • Newborn care
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Toilet training and much more

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