Healthy Pregnancies Matter

There is nothing more important when you are pregnant than both you and your baby being healthy and happy. The good news is you get to be active in achieving that goal from start to finish. For weekly emails and texts regarding your body, your baby, and resources to help you, sign up now. 

Have you heard about Centering groups? They are groups for expecting mothers where you will receive your prenatal care, along with learning more about pregnancy and building relationships with other women at the same stage of pregnancy that you are. Also, get a chance to pick up some free baby items when you attend! 

Local Resources

Click on the links below to read more about the resources, programs, and services available for you and your baby in Montgomery County.

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Five Rivers Health Centers have multiple locations, offering Centering Pregnancy groups, as well as Routine OB care, Pregnancy evaluations,midwife services, pediatrics, etc.

Five Rivers 
Health Centers

At Lifestages, they offer a variety of care options for their patients to support them from pregnancy through delivery and post-natal care. They also offer CenteringPregnancy Programs, midwives, counseling, and more.

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Centers for Women

Moms & Babies First offers Certified Community Health Workers to conduct regularly scheduled home visits, educating parents on prenatal and postpartum care, along with information/education on toddler health and care through age one. They also offer a Fatherhood component.

Moms & Babies First: Ohio’s Black Infant Vitality Program

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Help Me Grow Brighter Futures

Medical services are provided in a team approach to provide each patient with the individual care she needs. We have physicians, a nurse practitioner, and certified midwives available for services.

Help Me Grow Brighter Futures is a community collaborative program of the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA). Help Me Grow Brighter Futures provides early intervention service coordination, the Nurse-Family Partnership, and Parents as Teachers.

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Holy Family 
Prenatal Care

Elizabeth’s New 
Life Center

They operate six women's centers in Dayton and Southwest Ohio, and offer free pregnancy tests and ultrasound exams. They specialize in intervention in crisis pregnancies, and prenatal care for pregnant women.

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EveryOne Reach One is Dayton & Montgomery County’s Infant Mortality Task Force. We are here to help expecting mothers take control and achieve a successful pregnancy, and to help every baby reach the age of one. From the time you discover that you are pregnant until your child’s first birthday, EveryOne Reach One provides a wide support net and a comfortable environment allowing you to take an active role in the health of your child. Join us as we partner with schools, hospitals, community organizations, and neighborhood groups to make sure every baby reaches age one.

EveryOne Reach One is Here to Help You

First Birthdays are Important

Whether you are celebrating the birth of your first baby or the last one, adding a member to your family is an exciting time. The first year of a baby’s life is critical for their health and well being. Learn about how to ensure that in a year from now you will be celebrating their first birthday! There are many resources in Montgomery County to help you-from transportation, to maternity clothes, to bottles for feeding. Visit the EveryOne Reach One website to learn more about safe sleeping for your baby, as well as the many resources available to you.

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Every woman’s pregnancy experience is different and unique. EveryOne Reach One is here to help expecting mothers take an active role in achieving a healthy pregnancy, from the time they discover they are pregnant until their child’s first birthday and beyond. Join us in our community-wide effort with schools, hospitals, community organizations, and neighborhood groups to make sure every baby reaches the age of one.

Other County Resources

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