Did you know that in Berrien County there are wonderful FREE programs and services available to you and your child? By connecting with Berrien Parents Care, you will find FREE services that you may not have heard about. Register once, and we will do the rest!
Berrien Parents Care
Berrien Parents Care connects you to a group of organizations that were designed to help give your child an early advantage. The best part is … they visit your home to offer a variety of FREE services designed to help guide you through pregnancy and the challenges of the early years. No need for transportation, these programs bring the services to your home.
Are you currently pregnant?
Do you have a child under the age of 3?
If so, did you know that there are programs right here in Berrien County that can provide you with resources and help with any parenting questions you might have? That’s right! In Berrien County, there are FOUR FREE and VOLUNTARY home visiting programs available to help you and your child, in your home! No need for transportation, we bring the services to you!
Let’s find out which of these FREE services fits your needs …
Click the button below to read descriptions of each program to better understand what each one offers you and your child. You will be able to register for the Berrien Parents Care programs in the description area, or at the bottom of this page.
- Berrien County Health Department
Nurse Family Partnership (NFP)
269-927-5631 Benton Harbor
- InterCare Community Health Network
Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)
269-926-4394 Benton Harbor
269-461-3153 Eau Claire (Se habla español)
- Berrien RESA
Parents as Teachers Program (Se habla español)
- Early Head Start at Tri-County Head Start (Home Based)
Get Registered Today
We make it easy for you to register for these programs using our centralized system. Register once, and we do the work to find out which program will best serve your needs. We offer online registration for parents and agencies.
This publication was made possible by Grant Number D89MC23151, the Maternal, Infant & Early Childhood Home Visiting Program, from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Health Resources and Services Administration.