HOPES | Humboldt County Public Health

HOPES - Healthy Opportunities for Parents to Experience Success

HOPES is a voluntary community based home visitation program for families living in Humboldt County. Families are considered eligible for the HOPES program if they are expecting a child, or have a child between the ages of 0 - 3 years of age. The purpose of HOPES is to help you relieve some of the stress of parenting. Your family support worker will become a person that you can count on to reach your family goals. HOPES services will help you learn about a healthy pregnancy, caring for a new baby, keeping your child healthy, child development, early childhood guidance and discipline, family life skills, and available resources. 

Goals of the program:

  • Promote optimal child health and development
  • Improve family coping skills
  • Promote positive parenting skills and family interaction
  • Provide families with referrals to outside resources when necessary
  • Promote parent education, support, and responsibility
HOPES services are voluntary and at no cost to the family. 
Monthly socializations provide a time to network with other parents, provide parent/child activities and educational opportunities.

 

For more information Call Humboldt County Public Health at 515-332-2492
Family Support Workers:
Jeanie Stattelman
Paula Myers
1000 North 15th St.
Humboldt, Iowa 50548

 

Funded by Building Families Early Childhood Area


Joleen Sernett, RN, BSN Humboldt County Public Health Director
1000 15th Street North, Humboldt, IA 50548
Phone (515) 332-2492 | Fax (515) 332-4756