Sonoma County MCAH Home Visiting

Who to refer, when to refer, what is our capacity:

Program Name:

Teen Parent Connection


Nurse-Family Partnership


Trauma-Informed Approach to Public Health Nursing


Target Population

Pregnant and parenting teenagers age 19 and younger

First-time, low-income pregnant people, before week 28 of pregnancy

Low-income pregnant or parenting people with children up to age 5 who have social and/or medical risk factors.

Funded Caseload Capacity

100 primary clients

(25/home visitor)

125 primary clients

(25/home visitor)

125 primary clients

(25/home visitor)

Universal Referral form for Home Visiting Programs:

Not sure which program is best for your client? That's Ok- send the referral and we will let you know the best program to meet your client's needs.

Get the Referral Form

We Are Serving Our Clients In Person!

We are happy to announce that our three maternal-child home visiting programs resumed in-person client visits effective July 1, 2021. After many months of virtual and phone visits, and extended absences due to Covid-19 response activities, our home visitors are back in the field and providing in-person support, coaching, and assessments.

Visit Teen Parent Connection
Visit Nurse-Family Partnership
Visit Trauma-Informed Approach PHN

For more information click the button above to visit each web page, or contact the Home Visiting Program Manager Brittany Lobo: [email protected] or 707-565-4479

All of our Home Visiting Programs aim to increase immunization and breastfeeding rates for infants, improve health outcomes for mother and baby, and increase child developmental screenings and referrals, among other metrics that vary by program.

Kembly Mahiri is the Program Supervisor for Teen Parent Connection. She has been working for TPC as a home visitor and supervisor for 23 years. Her passion are children and teens. Kembly grew up in Sonoma County as a child of migrant farmworkers and deeply loves her community.

You can reach her at [email protected] or 707-565-4489.

AManda Elderkin is the Program Supervisor for Nurse-Family Partnership. AManda, RN, PHN, BSN, has worked with new families in their homes and in birth centers since 2004 and was a Nurse Home Visitor for Nurse-Family Partnership before becoming supervisor in 2020.

You can reach her at [email protected] or 707-565-4444.

Laura Turner is the Program Supervisor for Trauma-Informed Approach Public Health Nursing (TIA PHN). Laura, MSN, RN, PHN previously worked in public health research, and transitioned into nursing in 2013. She joined the TIA PHN Field Nursing team as a home visiting nurse in 2018 before becoming supervisor in January, 2022. You can reach her at [email protected] or 707-565-4433

Sonoma County Maternal Child and Adolescent Health Website

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