When you need help with pregnancy Morris County, you can turn to us. We meet with you in a confidential manner and provide you with access to helpful resources. If this is your first pregnancy, you might not know what to expect. We can provide you with printed materials about fetal development and what you should expect throughout each stage of pregnancy. If you are in search of an obstetrician or midwife who is accepting new patients, we can point you in the right direction.
During pregnancy, women need access to high-quality food, safe shelter, transportation to get to the doctor, healthcare in order to ensure a healthy pregnancy and delivery and many more things. If you have a low income, you may wonder how you can access all of these essentials. We have information about public resources that could benefit you during this time in your life. For example, we can give you information about the Women, Infants , and Children (WIC) program. WIC provides nutritional assistance to pregnant women, infants , and children up to the age of three years.
Many pregnant women do not have access to prenatal vitamins. We may also be able to help you get access to folic acid or a daily multivitamin. Another common problem for pregnant women is obtaining maternity clothes. Most women’s abdomens grow quite large during the third trimester of pregnancy. Your regular clothes will not fit and are likely to be uncomfortable. Our resource center includes help with getting maternity clothes that will fit you and be comfortable during your pregnancy and for a while after delivery. We also have information about resources for obtaining infant clothing, diapers and basic equipment such as a crib for the newborn baby.
Give us a call today for more information about pregnancy Morris County.