The NV Statewide MCH Coalition advocates for these priorities to promote the safety and well-being of all Nevadans.
Start out on the right foot!
Here are 4 steps to a healthy pregnancy:
1. Choose a doctor
2. Get health insurance
3. Go to your doctor
4. Apply for WIC
Get the most up to date information from NVMCH.org, call 2-1-1, or text your questions to 898211. There are services available and financial assistance for pregnant women at any age so GO BEFORE YOU SHOW!
It starts with you!
There are many resources for pregnant women dealing with substance use, including low cost and FREE programs! Call 800-450-9530 or click the button below to receive top priority admission at state-funded substance abuse treatment centers. Pregnant women won’t be turned away or put on a waiting list. If you know someone who is pregnant, or thinking about getting pregnant, and addicted to drugs or alcohol, it’s never too late to get them the help they need!
Medical Home Portal is a source of reliable information about children and youth with special health care needs, offering a “one-stop shop” for:
Click the button below or call the CYSHCN Hotline: 1-888-326-8437
Wake up to a better tomorrow with the Nevada Tobacco Quitline!
You CAN quit smoking and the Nevada Tobacco Quitline can help.
It’s FREE, convenient, safe, and secure.
Whether you are thinking about quitting, are not ready yet, or have already quit, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW or click the button below and get help every step of the way!
A baby's movements are an important sign of their well-being in the 3rd trimester. Get to know what's normal for your baby using the FREE Count the Kicks pregnancy app. Count the Kicks is an easy, free, reliable way for expectant parents to monitor their baby’s well-being in the third trimester in addition to regular prenatal visits. After a few sessions on the app, you will start to notice an average amount of time it takes your baby to get to 10 movements.
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Funding was supported by the Nevada State Department of Health and Human Services through Grant Number 6 B04MC45529 from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and State General Fund. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Department nor HRSA.