Healthy MomsHaving a newborn baby can bring lots of excitement and happiness.
Healthy BabiesLearn all the basics about taking care of your baby.
BreastfeedingBreastfeeding has several benefits for mothers and babies.
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The Healthy Mommy, Healthy Baby program provides in-home visits to expectant mothers and their families, providing a number of services to promote health for mothers and infants at no cost. Community Health Workers will guide expectant mothers through each stage of pregnancy, as well as your child’s growth.
What Moms Need to Know
Do You know the ABC’s of Safe Sleep? Does everyone who cares for your baby know them? Alone on their Back in a Crib! Follow these tips and learn why the ABCs of infant safe sleep are safest for baby.
Moving, staying active and gaining the right amount of weight during pregnancy can help keep you and your baby healthy. For most women, being active during pregnancy is a good thing. Find more ways to increase activity.
Influenza (also called flu) is a serious disease. It’s more than just a runny nose and sore throat. The flu can make you very sick, and it can be especially harmful if you get it during and right after pregnancy. It’s time to schedule your flu shot.
As you bring your baby home from the hospital for the first time, you want to keep her safe and healthy around your pet. You may feel anxious about how your pet will respond to your family’s newest addition.
We help moms have healthy babies.
Simply Baby is the result of efforts by the Clay County Perinatal Coalition, made up of individuals and organizations whose goal is to have a positive impact on the health of mothers and their infants.
We focus on providing education and access to prenatal care for pregnant women in Clay County and the surrounding area. We help mothers overcome barriers so their babies are born healthy, safe and strong.Read More
Worried about childbirth, breastfeeding or newborn care? From support groups to home visits, there are people and programs willing to help you conquer your fears and succeed as a parent.
- Child Care
- WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)