TSA and To Hold a Child Association in partnership to support vulnerable mothers

The Trust for Social Achievement (TSA) and To Hold a Child  Association join efforts in supporting vulnerable young mothers. The two organizations has signed a Partnership Agreement for referring potential clients to the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) project which is within the TSA’s First Foundations Program. Under the project, pregnant at-risk women who are up to 22 years old and expect their first child receive care and guidance by home visiting nurses – until their children turn 2 years old.

At the same time, depending on their individual needs, current NFP clients will be consulted and referred to services provided by To Hold a Child. The association works in prevention of child abandonment, child protection and support for adoptive parents in the post-adoption period.

Driven by the idea that every child has the right to family care, the two organizations will work together to improve the parental skills in Bulgaria. We are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration!