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Pregnancy Resource Center

pregnancyresourcecenter.org

Provides information about pregnancy planning and options

Count the Kicks

www.countthekicks.org

Awareness for women about fetal monitoring, education

Cribs for Kids

www.cribsforkids.org

888-721-CRIB (721-2742)

Pack and play cribs for children along with early childhood support and information

Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)

www.fns.usda.gov

works to improve the health of low-income elderly persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods.

Texas Children’s Health Plan

www.texaschildrenshealthplan.org

1-800-990-8247; 1-800-686-3831

If you qualify for Medicaid, you can get prenatal coverage from Texas children’s health plan. Pregnant STAR members get: prenatal care (the care you get while you are pregnant), prescription drugs, dental care, shots.

Pregnancy Care Center of Ogden

www.ogdenpcc.org

801-612-9293

Provides peer counseling, education; emotional support; practical assistance

Mother to Baby

www.mothertobaby.org

866-626-OTIS; 866-626-6847

Provide counseling to patients and health care professionals about exposures related to pregnancy and breastfeeding. MotherToBaby experts have a variety of backgrounds in the health care field and include doctors, genetic counselors, nurses, and researchers.

Lund

www.lundvt.org

802-864-7467

Counseling; assistante for referrals; parenting education; home visit service; and more

CareNet Burlington

www.carenetburlington.org

802-658-2184; 802-527-2005

Pregnancy testing, peer counseling, ultrasound, sex/relationship education, parenting education, material support.

Second Story

second-story.org

info@second-story.org

703.506.9191

A shelter, which provides assistance and support to single mothers to access to independent living programs with community-based support

Open Arms Perinatal Services

www.openarmsps.org

206-723-6868

Provides community-based, culturally competent perinatal support services and advocacy to low-income pregnant women and their families.

GD Association

www.gdassociation.org

206-323-7409

Provides transitional housing to homeless, low-income and at-risk teen parents 13 to 18, and their babies, for up to two years.

Union Mission. Brookside Women’s and Children’s Center

unionmission.com

304-925-0366

Provides emergency housing and nourishment needs of single-mother families who find themselves in need of shelter, whether because they have lost their housing or are escaping a dangerous or abusive situation.

Family Care Health Center

www.familycarewv.org

304-757-4845; 304-414-4015;

It provides high quality, cost effective health care to families, regardless of their ability to pay, with a special focus on women’s health.

The Hannah Center

www.hannahcenter.com

715-387-6300

Residency services including room, board and necessary transportation. Referrals to social support services. Counseling. Lifeskills education training classes. Opportunity for continued education and/or job placement. On-site library resources on a variety of topics. Access to our education and resource room

The Bami-Ondaadiziike Birth Doula Project

www.facebook.com

715-331-9337

Provides physical, emotional, and mental support for pregnant women and their families in the Chequamegon Bay area regardless their ability to pay.

Small Miracles. A Volunteer Doula Program

sites.google.com

608-833-4459

Small Miracles is a free birth doula program for women who cannot afford to pay a doula.

Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center

legacypregnancy.org

307-673-4757

Mentoring and support community referrals along with educational and emotional support for those choosing to parent.

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