NPA is committed to delivering
smart, timely, inclusive, accessible resources
to help educate and support our community.
As our community faces a new and novel virus we need to be prepared - not just for the virus but for people's anxieties and fears. One of the most important things we can do as providers and advocates is to empower people with information. When we all have the facts it's easier for us to make informed decisions. LEARN MORE.
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs) are common - and treatable. NPA partners with other organizations to promote awareness, advocate for positive interventions, and inspire hope. LEARN MORE.
No matter how you do it...
nursing, pumping, hand expressing, breastfeeding, chestfeeding, body feeding, on your own, with support, with the help of a donor, for one day, or one year, or maybe longer... and especially when you make the choice that is best for you and your baby. SEE OUR INCLUSIVE CAMPAIGN.
Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is one version of the common cold. For most healthy children and adults it causes a slight cough, nasal congestion, and mild fever. But for babies that were born prematurely or have certain health conditions, RSV can be much more serious. GET THE INFORMATION YOU NEED.
OCTOBER RSV is a Really Scary Virus
Perinatal Substance Use
NPA cares about pregnant and parenting people who are substance dependent and their babies. We believe that by working together we can improve the standard of care for these families and effect better outcomes.
Complex problems require interdisciplinary solutions. NPA guidelines and recommendations offer comprehensive resources to support the best in evidence-based care.