Maternal Child & Adolescent Health (MCAH)

MCAH coordinates programs for women of childbearing years and children 0 to 18 years of age. The program provides direct services such as pregnancy testing and home visits, as well as outreach, education and referrals.

National Maternal Mental Health Hotline

The Maternal Mental Health Hotline is open 24/7 for expecting and new moms. If you are feeling sad, lonely or overwhelmed and want to talk to someone, call or text this confidential, toll-free hotline 1-833-9-HELP4MOMS (1-833-943-5746) to connect with a counselor today. You are not alone.

 

La Línea Directa de Salud Mental Materna ahora está abierta para nuevas y futuras mamás las 24 horas los 7 dias de la semana. Si se siente triste, solo o abrumado y quiere hablar con alguien, llame o envíe un mensaje de texto a esta línea directa confidencial y gratuita 1-833-9-HELP4MOMS (1-833-943-5746) para conectarse con un consejero hoy. Usted no está sola.

 

Components of the program are…

Perinatal Outreach and Education (POE) encourages early entry into prenatal care and targets women exposed to tobacco products.

Comprehensive Perinatal Service Program (CPSP)collaborates with medical providers to increase the percent of women who enter into prenatal care during the first trimester of pregnancy, by increasing the visibility of the providers.

Prenatal Care Guidance (PCG) provides services that are aimed at getting women into prenatal care and encouraging them to follow through with their prenatal visits.

Child Death Review Team (CDRT) also a joint effort with Butte County to review deaths of children 0 - 19 years of age.

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) provides community education and support to parents who have experienced SIDS.

Pregnant and Parenting Teens serves Glenn County's pregnant and parenting adolescents. It is designed to improve their health, social, and economic well-being and enhance their education.

Prenatal Care Matters

Click here to find out how Glenn County can help you!

You can also find more information at WomensHealth.gov and Text4Baby.org

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