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We offer various programs to serve pregnant women, families, and their babies.

Our Purpose

To enhance parenting and life skills

To provide families with other community resources

To identify and refer any potential physical and developmental concerns

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Becoming a Mom®

  • Six easy to follow prenatal classes with hands on learning for a              healthy pregnancy and baby  
  • Each class is 2 hours in length and a support person is                           encouraged to attend
  • Opportunity to win gifts
  • To learn more or enroll, please contact us at 785-776-4779                Ext 7664 (view class schedule under quick links)

This program utilizes the March of Dimes Becoming a Mom®/Comenzado bien curriculum and is supported by the Kansas Department of Health & Environment and March of Dimes.

Maternal and Infant Health Program

  • For pregnant women and infants 0-12 months
  • Social Worker to offer community resources and referral services
  • Assistance with obtaining health insurance 
  • Monthly visits with a Registered Nurse
  • Physical assessments
  • Breastfeeding guidance by Certified Lactation Counselor 
  • Education about healthy pregnancy and infant development
  • Referrals to additional community resources

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Newborn Home Visit

  • For Moms and Newborns 0-2 months
  • One or two home visits with a registered nurse
  • Infant will receive a nursing assessment including weight check
  • Information about infant care and safety
  • Referrals to additional community resources

Home Visiting Program

  • For families interested in a higher level of support
  • Pregnant women and families with children 0-5 years
  • Weekly home visits with a trained Registered Nurse or Licensed            Social Worker
  • Emphasis on enhanced parenting skills
  • Education about pregnancy and early childhood development
  • Referrals to additional community resources

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Services are provided at no cost to families

​Most services by appointment, but can accommodate walk-in clients at times

Spanish Interpreting available