Infant Mortality Program Helps Pregnant Moms
Are you or is someone you know pregnant? We’re here to help!
The Infant Mortality Program at Alta Behavioral Healthcare provides services to pregnant women in order to assist them in establishing healthy lifestyles for healthy pregnancies. Our certified Community Health Workers are trained to identify women who are at most risk for having problems during pregnancy and linking them to resources to overcome barriers.
Community Health Workers provide education on issues most associated with high rates of infant mortality — such as access to care providers, smoking cessation, safe sleep habits, car seat safety and much more.
In addition to educational resources, Alta’s Community Health Workers offer comforting support to pregnant women of all ages and who have experienced varying numbers of pregnancies. They assist in reducing client stress by accessing diapers, food and other supportive necessities during this special time.
If you or someone you know is pregnant, please feel free to reach out to the Community Health Workers at Alta Behavioral Healthcare at 330-793-2487.