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Pregnancy Resource Center
Provides information about pregnancy planning and options
Count the Kicks
Awareness for women about fetal monitoring, education
Cribs for Kids
Pack and play cribs for children along with early childhood support and information
Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP)
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
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
Provides peer counseling, education; emotional support; practical assistance
Mother to Baby
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.
Counseling; assistante for referrals; parenting education; home visit service; and more
Pregnancy testing, peer counseling, ultrasound, sex/relationship education, parenting education, material support.
A shelter, which provides assistance and support to single mothers to access to independent living programs with community-based support
Open Arms Perinatal Services
Provides community-based, culturally competent perinatal support services and advocacy to low-income pregnant women and their families.
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
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
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
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
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
Small Miracles is a free birth doula program for women who cannot afford to pay a doula.
Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center
Mentoring and support community referrals along with educational and emotional support for those choosing to parent.