Early Intervention in NJ: Children and Family Health

Since its founding, our early intervention in NJ at VNA Health Group has made the health and welfare of children a priority.  Today, our pediatric home health care provides mothers and children at risk with a complete continuum of care — from prenatal care to newborn home visits; from home safety and parenting skills to comprehensive case management for children with special needs.

Our New Jersey Early Intervention for mothers and children promote healthy pregnancies, healthy childhoods and self-sufficiency

Pediatric Home Healthcare

Our pediatric certified nurses ensure that your child recieves that best possible care.

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Infusion Therapy

Our certified home infusion therapy team provides complex care to newborns, children, and adolescents at home.

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Special Child Health & Early Intervention

VNA offers programs and services to care for children with special needs.

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WIC Supplemental Nutrition Program

This free program includes nutritional counseling and vouchers for the purchase of nutrious foods.

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Nurse Family Partnership and Healthy Families

We offer home visitation Programs for first-time, high risk mothers, including healthy prenatal NJ care, postpartum care, & more.

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School Based Youth Services

Caring for students in school.

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Primary and Preventative Well Child Care

Our health center services include health exams, sick visits, physicals, dental services, prenatal care, and more.

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Prenatal and Postpartum Care

VNA Health Group Community Health Centers provide nurturing, expert prenatal and postpartum care for expectant mothers.

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Group Counseling for Bereaved Children

FAQs about home care in NJ VNA Health Group certified bereavement counselors provide grief and bereavement services for children.

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Pediatric Hospice Care

VNA hospice is available to children and families facing life-limiting illness.

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To learn more about all our our services for mothers and children, click here or call us at 800-400-0981 for more information. To find out about our community-based healthcare efforts in your area, visit our Community Wellness section.

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