Franklin County

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Pregnancy and Early Childhood Resources

STATEWIDE RESOURCES    Brighter Futures Indiana is a resource to support you in understanding and enhancing your child’s learning at home and while in care. Brighter Futures Indiana is brought to you through a partnership with The FSSA Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning and Early Learning Indiana.    The MOMS Helpline mission is to reduce the infant mortality rate in Indiana by promoting prenatal care resources while providing information and referral resources relating to Maternal and Child Health services.



Baby and Me Tobacco Free. Pregnant women who enroll in the Baby & Me Tobacco Free Program receive counseling support and resources to help them quit smoking. Upon successfully quitting and staying tobacco free, enrolled participants are eligible for free diapers or wipes during the prenatal period and up to 12 months following the birth of their baby. This program employs cessation methods and guidelines set forth by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and its effectiveness has been documented through research.Women who take part in the program are asked to pledge the following:• Participate in the four prenatal quit smoking sessions.• Quit smoking and stay tobacco free during pregnancy.• Take a monthly breath test to show she is tobacco free.• Stay smoke free after baby is born to receive a monthly voucher for free diapers or wipes for up to 12 months. See the attached flyer for more details and contact information BMTF Flyer

Choices Coordinated Care Solutions Safety PIN Care Coordination. The program helps those who just had a baby (under the age of 1) or are pregnant. This program helps those in need with the following: Healthcare before/after you have your baby. Finding a place to live. Access to help from programs that provide food for you and your baby. Support from government programs (like Social Security and Medicaid). Special services like counseling and help getting sober. Transportation and more. For more information or to refer, call 317-205-8225.

Incredible Years is an evidence based parenting program provided by One Community One Family. Each program is offered over several weeks in two-hour per week sessions. Incredible Years is designed to strengthen the parent-child bond, improve effective discipline, and teach parents how to promote a child's development. It is designed for caregivers of infants through pre-schoolers and helps parents address and improve their child's social skills, emotional regulation, behavior needs, confidence and school readiness. The program is free and child care is provided.  For more information visit the website at or follow  One Community One Family on Facebook.

Southeastern Indiana Economic Opportunity Corporation (SIEOC) Child Care Resource and Referral.  The mission of SIEOC’s Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) is to promote quality child care and out of school time learning for all children by providing information, education and support to families, early care professionals and the community.

The Pregnancy Care Center of SE Indiana offers free services to pregnant women, dads-to-be, and families with young children (extended family like grandparents are welcome). Free services include pregnancy tests (you will receive proof of pregnancy to qualify for insurance), mentoring on pregnancy options, 1st trimester ultrasound, and STD testing (small lab fee if uninsured). We also offer parenting classes to all caregivers that cover topics from pregnancy to school age. Each parenting class earns "Baby Bucks" to be spent in our Baby Boutique store. Graduation from our classes earns you a large gift like a carseat, portable crib, or stroller. We have three different programs for men which are run by our Man2Man Coaches. Community referrals and emergency assistance for baby supplies are available as well. Please call, text, or visit our website for more information or to make an appointment. Phone: 812-537-4357, textline for general inquiries: 812-302-2887, textline for male clients: 812-302-2860. Our website is: Look for updates on facebook:
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