- 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
- For help when it’s needed, call or text the National Maternal Mental Health Hotline
TTY Users can use a preferred relay service or dial 711 and then 1-833-943-5746.
- 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
- Getting Started Pregnancy Guide
- 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.
You can find more information and help on the state’s formula storage resources page and on the Department of Health and Human Resources Information for Families During the Formula Shortage page.