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Title V Block Grant Program

Enacted in 1935 as a part of the Social Security Act, the Title V Maternal and Child Health Program is the Nation’s oldest Federal-State partnership.

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April Autism Highlights

April is National Autism Awareness Month!  Learn more about Autism Awareness activities, reports, resources, and additional highlights from around the network.

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Infant Mortality

Among industrialized nations the U.S. ranks 27th. Too many U.S. babies are born to small or soon, and preterm birth is a leading cause of infant death.

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Bright Futures

Health promotion and preventive services for infants, children and adolescents.

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News

Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive! encourages healthy developmental and behavioral screening for children

March 16-22 is National Poison Prevention Week 
  Making Connections video explains why you should program the toll-free PoisonHelp number into your phone | en Español

Maternal & Child Heatlh: Reach Out & Help Families Enroll video message from Associate Administrator for MCH Michael Lu, MD, MS, MPH
  Affordable Care Act and HRSA Programs

A clinician with a mother and infant patient

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Find your State contact information:

Alabama (800) 654-1385

Alaska (800) 799-7570

American Samoa (684) 633-4616

Arizona (800) 232-1676 

Arkansas (800) 232-0002 

California (866) 241-0395

Connecticut (800) 688-7777

 

Delaware (800) 464-4357

District of Columbia (800) 311-2229

Florida (800) 451-2229

Georgia (800) 822-2539 

Guam (671) 735-7111

Hawaii (800) 235-5477

 

Idaho (800) 296-2588 

Illinois (800)-843-6154

Indiana (800) 433-0746

Iowa (800) 369-3826 

Kansas (800) 332-6262

 

Kentucky (800) 462-6122

Louisiana (800) 251-2229

Maine (800 698-3624

Maryland (800) 456-8900

 

Massachusetts (800) 882-1435

Michigan (800 262-4784

 

Minnesota (800 728-5420

Mississippi (800) 721-7222

Missouri (800) 835-5465

Montana (887) 543-7669

Nebraska (800) 862-1889

Nevada (800) 429-2669

New Hampshire (800) 852-3345

 

New Jersey (800) 328-3838 

New Mexico (877) 725-2552

New York (800) 522-5006

North Carolina (800) FOR-BABY

North Dakota (800) 472-2286

Northern Marianas (670) 664-4850

Ohio (800) 755-4769

Oklahoma (800) 426-2747

Oregon (800) SAFENET

Pennsylvania (800) 986-2229

Puerto Rico (800) 981-5721

Rhode Island (800) 942-7434

South Carolina (800) 868-0404

South Dakota (800) 305-3064

Tennessee (800) 428-2229

Texas 2-1-1 (Texas Only)

Utah (800) 826-9662

Vermont (800) 649-HELP

Virginia (800) 230-6977

Virgin Islands (866) 248-4004

Washington (800) 322-2588

West Virginia (800) 642-8522

Wisconsin (800) 722-2295

Wyoming (800) 438-5795


Find Prenatal ServicesFind Prenatal Services
800-311-BABY
               (2229)
En espanol 800-504-7081
La Linea Nacional Prenatal Hispana.La Linea Nacional Prenatal Hispana
En espanol 800-504-7081
 
Text 4 BabyText BABY to 511411
Envia BEBE al 511411
para Espanol
Insure Kids NowInsure Kids Now!
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