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What is the New Parent Support Program (NPSP)?  
The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a prevention-oriented program offered through Army Community Service (ACS). There are two levels of the program offered. The first is NPSP - Standard that, in general, offers general parenting classes and information and is open to all eligible constituents. The NPSP - Plus program is considered a secondary prevention program. The focus for the Plus program is on new parents who are considered high-risk families. Home visits are the primary service offered by the Plus program. The purpose is to teach parents the skills they need to cope as new parents and manage all the stresses that accompany that new role to eliminate the potential for child abuse.
Keywords: Parenting support group, babies, children, baby

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