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Take care of yourself while you’re pregnant. That’s the best way to give your baby a great start. Whether you need help choosing a provider, learning about childbirth classes or getting healthy food, we're here. 



Just contact us. We’re here to help.

Let us know you’re pregnant

Let us know you’re pregnant

If you’re pregnant, you’ll want to share the news with us. Just contact us.


That way, we can help connect you to the care and services you need. So you and your baby can be as healthy as you can be.


Give your baby the best start


After your baby is born, you’ll need to enroll them into Medicaid benefits. Your baby is covered for their birth month, plus two extra months.


How to enroll your baby


You have a few options:



Your baby will get an ID number for eligible benefits as soon as possible. This helps ensure they’ll get all the care they need.

Baby Matters

Baby Matters

Baby Matters is all about getting you and your baby the care you need. It’s a benefit you can enjoy before and after your baby is born. Why take part? You’ll get support through your pregnancy and as a new mother. And you can get rewards, too.


Get rewards for care


A healthy baby is the best reward, but now you can enjoy even more. With Baby Matters, you can earn up to $50 for going to your prenatal and postpartum visits.


The dollars appear on a special card you’ll receive. You can use the card to buy healthy food, maternity supplies and diapers at local and online stores.


After you complete your visits, you’ll want to contact us to claim your rewards.

Enjoy extra perks


Here are some other benefits you can enjoy just for being a new mom:


  • 300 free diapers
  • Access to virtual baby showers, plus a portable crib for attending  


More help during pregnancy

More help during pregnancy

We’re here to help you stay healthy through your pregnancy. If you have a high-risk pregnancy, a care manager can help you get the special care you need. You’ll get support, including info about preterm labor and birth.


What is preterm labor?


Preterm (early) labor is labor that starts before 37 weeks of pregnancy. It can cause an earlier birth, which may lead to health problems that can affect the baby.  


Any pregnant woman can have preterm labor. It may start for no reason, but you’re at a higher risk if you:


  • Are carrying more than one baby (twins, triplets or more)
  • Have had preterm labor or an early birth in the past
  • Use drugs or alcohol while pregnant
  • Smoke or use other forms of nicotine while pregnant
  • Have bleeding during pregnancy


Preterm labor info

A care manager can help you: 


  • Learn more about your pregnancy
  • Make a care plan that’s right for you
  • Get services and care
  • Work with health care providers, agencies and groups
  • Get services after hours in a crisis
  • Arrange services for children with special health care needs


To learn more, just contact us. Or visit our care management page. 


Care management 

Support for breastfeeding

Are you planning to breastfeed your baby? If yes, you can get help from a lactation consultant. They’ll help you learn more about breastfeeding. The best time to call a lactation consultant is while you’re pregnant. Then, you can plan and prepare before your baby arrives.


Just contact us and we’ll help you get started. 


Note: During COVID-19, your lactation consultant can work with you by phone.


To get help with breastfeeding, you can call the:


Breast pumps are a covered benefit. You can get your no-cost breast pump up to 30 days before your baby's birth. Just contact us to get your pump. After you confirm your shipping address, your pump will be sent to you in the mail. 

If you’re breastfeeding, you’ll want to empty your breasts regularly by feeding or using a breast pump. This prevents your breasts from becoming full and painful. Many women find it helpful to use a breast pump. 


You can pump breast milk when it works for you. Then your baby can get the best nutrition, no matter what your schedule. A breast pump also gives other family members the chance to feed and bond with your baby.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

WIC is a national nutrition program that aims to protect the health of women, infants and children. You can find WIC programs in:


  • County health departments
  • Hospitals and clinics
  • Community centers
  • Schools
  • Other places in your area

The ${state_name} WIC program provides these services at no cost:


  • Help with breastfeeding questions
  • Referrals to agencies
  • Healthy food, like fruits and vegetables
  • Healthy eating tips

Want to learn more about WIC? 


Just contact us. You can also visit WIC to find out if you’re eligible for benefits.


More about WIC

More info for a healthy pregnancy

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