Sometimes a friendly face, adult conversation, and a chance to talk through normal feelings, such as exhilaration, confusion, excitement, and stress can make a world of difference.
Lauren & Mark Rubin Visiting Moms® is a free service that matches volunteers with new parents during the first year of their baby’s life, whether it’s the first baby or a new baby in the household. Volunteers are trained and supervised and support parents who are adjusting to parenthood, isolated, or overwhelmed. Volunteers visit new parents at home and provide a weekly visit for at least two months or up until the baby’s first birthday.
To Refer Yourself or Someone Else
To learn more about the program or request a Rubin Visiting Moms volunteer for yourself or someone else, contact the program director, Tracy Rich, at email@example.com or 781-693-1361. Referrals are accepted during pregnancy or up until a baby is six to nine months old. Rubin Visiting Moms is non-sectarian, free of charge, and open to all parents in the community. Please let us know if you require any accommodations to receive support from our program.
*Please note that we are actively accepting referrals and following up on them with a combination of in-person and virtual services.
Rubin Visiting Moms volunteer opportunities are available in the following communities: North Shore; Boston; the Cambridge/Somerville/Watertown area; and the northern suburbs, which include Arlington, Malden, Wakefield, and Woburn.
Interested in volunteering? Fill out our volunteer registration form to start the process.
Thanks to a very generous gift from the Epstein-Rubin Family, the Visiting Moms program is named for Lauren & Mark Rubin.
For more information, email Tracy Rich, Visiting Moms Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 781-693-1361. You can also email your questions via our contact us page.
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New parent support groups
We offer support groups for pregnancy, new parents, postpartum challenges, adoption support, toddlers, time in the NICU, and more.
Volunteer with Visiting Moms
Visiting Moms volunteers visit new parents in their homes to provide support in the first year of the baby's life