Healthy Start Program

Five Rivers Health Centers – Healthy Start Program

 

Montgomery County has one of the highest low birth weights, premature birth rates, and infant death rates within the nation. Some of the highest rates are found in zip codes 45402, 45403, 45405, 45414, 45416, 45417, and 45426.

 Healthy Start is a free program to help pregnant moms and dads, women, and babies to have healthy lives.  Community Health Workers, Nurses, Dietitians, Social Workers, Certified Nurse Midwives, Certified Nurse Practitioners, and Doctors will be working with you in the program.

 Every baby is precious to us – Let us help you have the best birth outcome for you and your baby.

 Our program will help sign you and your family up for Medical insurance. Some of the benefits of being in this program are that you will learn:

  • ·        What you need to know about pregnancy and labor
  • ·        How to care for your baby
  • ·        How both parents play an important role in parenting
  • ·        Why you should plan for your future family
  •          Maternity Resource Guide > resource-guide_patientuse_august-2016

 Through a rewards program, you can earn points to receive one of these gifts at the end of your pregnancy:

  • ·        Pack n Play/ Portable Crib
  • ·        Gift Card

 You can also receive a gift card after your child receives all of their shots up to the age of 2.

 Five Rivers Health Centers is a Federally Qualified Health Center with 6 locations that provides family medical, prenatal, well-women care, pediatric, dental, pharmacy, and specialty care to all patients regardless of their insurance. We will be honored to be the Medical Home for you and your entire family.

 Please call us now at 937-208-2007

to schedule an appointment and get more information.                                                                                                                                                                                       *gifts are subject to change

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