The goal of MomsFirst is to reduce the number of babies that die before they are a year old. MomsFirst is a City of Cleveland program. It can provide home visits and support services to help you and your baby have a healthy pregnancy.
The program has trained Community Health Workers. They are trained in healthcare and social services. Their job is to meet with you twice a month. They help reduce the risks in your life that may affect the health of your baby or yourself.
Your Community Health Worker will help you: find a doctor for you and your baby, get to the doctor for your check-ups, get any medical or social services you need and get answers to questions you may have about prenatal care, baby care, birth control, and family planning.
MomsFirst can help you too!
To get started, please contact us at Harvard Community Services Center (216) 991-8585 ext. 3127.
“Supported in part by the Division of Healthy Start and Perinatal Services, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.”