Central District Health provides Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) services in Ada County. NFP is an evidence-based home visiting program which pairs a specially trained RN with first-time mothers beginning in early pregnancy – and has a decades-long track record of improving maternal and child health outcomes. There is no cost to the family provided that they meet eligibility criteria.*
If you have a patient or client who would benefit from NFP services, you can refer them to the program. Please complete this form and email it to NFP@cdh.idaho.gov or fax to 208-327-7010.
Less than 29 weeks gestation
Low income (e.g., qualifies for and/or receives Medicaid or WIC services)
Central District Health Conducting a Tuberculosis Investigation
Central District Health (CDH) is investigating a probable case of tuberculosis (TB) in a resident of the Boise State University campus. The individual has not lived in Boise or attended Boise State since Dec. 15, 2023.
Mpox returns to Idaho: Health authorities stress importance of vaccination
IDHW and CDH announced the first two reported people diagnosed with mpox in Idaho since last year. Investigation is ongoing, but both persons reported traveling outside the state, which may be related to these diagnoses. Both people diagnosed with mpox are Ada County residents.