Support Near Me

Support near me

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What kind of help can you get when you are pregnant?

Childbirth classes, family nurses, support groups, baby gear, parenting helplines, diaper banks... We have compiled a list of the most helpful resources and included the link to each organization.

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Prenatal:

Postpartum:

Prenatal:

Postpartum:

Prenatal:

  • Pregnancy Help provides material assistance and counseling.
  • Pregnancy Resource Centers offer services such as free baby supplies, parenting classes, peer support, and more
  • Free Antenatal Classes prepare you for childbirth and the early days of parenting. They also provide an opportunity to connect with other expectant moms.
  • Doulas provide non-medical support during birth.

Postpartum:

Prenatal:

  • Pregnancy Resource Centers provide parenting tips and baby supplies.
  • Antenatal Classes help you prepare for the birth of your baby and the early days of parenting. This is also an opportunity to meet other expectant moms.
  • Doulas provide non-medical support during birth.

Postpartum:

Prenatal:

  • Family Nurse Partnership is a home-visiting program for first time moms.
  • Free Antenatal Classes help you prepare for the birth of your baby and the early days of parenting. This is also an opportunity to meet other expectant moms.
  • Pregnancy Resource Centers offer services such as free baby supplies, parenting classes, peer support, and more
  • Baby Banks supply free baby items such as diapers, clothes, and a car seat.
  • Doulas provide non-medical birth support. The Doula Access Fund may help you pay for your doula expenses.

Postpartum:

Prenatal:

  • Nurse-Family Partnership: Get a free, personal nurse who visits you before and after the birth of your first child.
  • Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP)
  • Pregnancy Resource Centers provide advice and baby gear. You can find your local center through a web search or by going to Optionline or Carenet.
  • Embrace Grace is a place to find peer support and receive a baby shower.
  • Prenatal Classes help you prepare for the birth of your baby and the early days of parenting. This is also an opportunity to meet other expectant moms.
  • A Doula provides non-medical support during birth and may also help establish postpartum routines.

Postpartum:

Prenatal:

Postpartum:

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Can I Do This?

Maybe your pregnancy was unforeseen, and you are unsure whether to keep the baby. Perhaps you are concerned that this is more than you can handle. You are already doing what it takes — You were never meant to do this alone! It takes a village to raise a child; this village is available to you by accessing the sites listed above.

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