Through our home visiting programs, eligible pregnant women, families with young children and families with children with special health needs receive home visits from UCAN staff.
Our home visiting programs can offer you:
Support for health and healthcare:
Services to strengthen your family:
Support for better nutrition:
Support for your child’s healthy growth:
Help with planning your family:
Other supports, including:
Neither of our home visiting programs has an income requirement.
Healthy Families and Nurse Home Visiting can both start services when mom is pregnant. Once Healthy Families starts services, you can continue receiving them until your child turns three. Nurse Home Visiting can serve children through age 20, depending on the child’s health condition.
1. Most families we work with come from referrals. You can also make a referral for your own family using the online referral form.
2. We have no applications for these programs, and you don’t need to give us any documents for us to enroll your family.
3. If we get a referral, we will contact you to see if you would like to receive our services.
We provide services to you in your home, or, when needed, over the phone. We offer Healthy Families in Douglas, Klamath and Lake County. We only offer Nurse Home Visiting in Douglas County.
As we have a limit on how many families we serve in our home visiting programs, you may want to seek more support from other resources. The links below can help you learn about other programs that can help your family in Douglas and Josephine County.