- New Baby Welcome Letter – English | Spanish
- The National Maternal Mental Health Hotline now offers 24/7, Free, Confidential Hotline for Pregnant and New Moms in English and Spanish. Call or text 1-833-943-5746 (1-833-9-HELP4MOMS). TTY users can use a preferred relay service or dial 711 and then 1-833-943-5746.
HELP FOR MANAGING YOUR PREGNANCY
- Nurse Family Partnerships (nurses helping first-time parents early in the pregnancy and continuing through the child’s second birthday) Find a nurse near you
- WIC (Women, Infants and Children) food assistance and nutritional support for pregnant women and growing families, including breastfeeding counseling and pumps
- Colorado’s Prenatal Plus Program: The Prenatal Plus Program is a case management program for pregnant women who receive Health First Colorado benefits and who are at risk of negative maternal and infant health outcomes
- Colorado’s Special Connections Program: Special Connections is a program for pregnant women on Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) who have alcohol and/or drug abuse problems.
- Tough As A Mother: A program for Mothers who are using alcohol or other drugs to cope with stress.
- Taking Care of Baby and Me – English | Spanish
- Getting Started Pregnancy Guide – English | Spanish
- My Advocate app – (You must be enrolled in the New Baby, New Life program to use this app.)
- Healthy Rewards
- Find an Obstetrics/Gynecological (OB/GYN) or Nurse Midwife Provider
- Learn how medication affects You and Your baby while you are pregnant or nursing
- Tips to stay safe
- Practice healthy habits
- Eat healthy and stay active
- Help to stop smoking (earn free diapers in the Baby and Me Tobacco Free program)
- Prevent premature birth
- Pregnancy, anxiety and depression
- Pregnancy and opioids
- Pregnancy and chronic health conditions
FREE PREGNANCY APP FOR YOUR PHONE
- Text4Baby (receive timely health and safety tips by text message and more)
TIPS FOR FINDING BABY FORMULA
Are you having a hard time finding baby formula? If you can’t find formula, here are some tips:
- Call your pediatrician or OBGYN to see if they have in-office samples.
- Contact your local family resource center
- Parents/guardians who are enrolled in WIC and struggling to find infant formula should contact their local WIC agency directly. Find a WIC Clinic near you.. If you are not enrolled, find out if your family qualifies for WIC and apply for WIC.