Nurses for Newborns provides a safety net for families most at-risk in order to prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect by providing nursing visits promoting healthcare, education, and positive parenting skills. 

This year has been difficult for so many. At NFN, we have strived to help our clients find success in the midst of... 

  • a tornado that devastated North Nashville in March causing many to be displaced and local businesses to suffer
  • decreasing social supports for new parents because of needed social distancing precautions
  • pandemic-induced work, school, and life stress
  • increasing numbers of child abuse incidents that are going unreported because children aren’t around other adults 

This pandemic forced NFN to adapt our home visits and use tele-health tools, implement a front porch drop off program to get essential baby items to clients in need, and work from home like so many others. 

Despite these challenges, NFN has been able to maintain our life-changing impact on moms and babies in Middle TN. We’ve kept babies out of the hospital, away from the ER, and connected to their primary care physicians. Our nurses have helped hundreds of families navigate the difficulties of 2020. 

Your donation will ensure that we are able to continue to help every mom and baby that is referred to NFN and needs our services. 

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by Nurses for Newborns of Tennessee


Nurses for Newborns provides a safety net for families most at-risk in order to prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect by providing nursing visits promoting healthcare, education, and positive parenting skills. 

This year has been difficult for so many. At NFN, we have strived to help our clients find success in the midst of... 

  • a tornado that devastated North Nashville in March causing many to be displaced and local businesses to suffer
  • decreasing social supports for new parents because of needed social distancing precautions
  • pandemic-induced work, school, and life stress
  • increasing numbers of child abuse incidents that are going unreported because children aren’t around other adults 

This pandemic forced NFN to adapt our home visits and use tele-health tools, implement a front porch drop off program to get essential baby items to clients in need, and work from home like so many others. 

Despite these challenges, NFN has been able to maintain our life-changing impact on moms and babies in Middle TN. We’ve kept babies out of the hospital, away from the ER, and connected to their primary care physicians. Our nurses have helped hundreds of families navigate the difficulties of 2020. 

Your donation will ensure that we are able to continue to help every mom and baby that is referred to NFN and needs our services.