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5 to Thrive

From the nonprofit team behind the NICU Families Northwest online community: On behalf of the countless hearts, minds, and hands that have placed stickers in books for The Littlest Reader Project, tucked handwritten notes into We Care Packages, sat in silence or celebration with moms and dad while they snacked on delicious muffins from The Full…

WellMama

Our Founder, Anna David will be speaking at the upcoming WellMama Family Wellness Fair, March 24th from 10am – 1pm at Taborspace. This free event offers Portland-area families an opportunity to connect with local health and wellness providers, as well as to learn more about community resources to support family health. It features classes and…

10 Reasons

Nurtured and guided by an amazing team of volunteers, NICU Families Northwest has accomplished phenomenal growth in the past year and we’re excited to catch you up on our incredible year. Our major focus for 2018 is creating opportunities for parents to develop in-person connections that fortify the web-based relationships our members have established. To accomplish…

Get Outdoors

After my son was born, I was eager to be outside, but all the talk of germs from even a common cold and my fears of RSV had me paranoid about exposing him to any risk. I was also a first time mom and nervous about trying to go anywhere with my new baby. Now, my NICU babies love the outdoors, and I believe getting them outside early helped foster their curiosity, sense of adventure, and enthusiasm for all the seasons of the Pacific Northwest.