This is a free, voluntary service to help parents! Parenting can be a struggle and at times assistance is needed. We aim to keep children safe from abuse and neglect and to support families so that parents can be the best they can be!
Home Based Services / On-call availability / crisis intervention counseling / timely, effective and appropriate prevention support services / development of family case plans to include 3 goals / referral to resources and supports within the community / support and advocacy services
Families who reside in Brown, Greene, Lawrence, Monroe and Owen counties. Children and families who are not currently DCS wards, informally adjusted or involved with juvenile probation.
Families may self refer or be referred by another person or agency by phone.
The Gateway Woods foster care program provides services to equip Christian foster parents with appropriate training and resources to be successful. Our foster care staff is committed to meeting the needs of our foster children and foster parents through frequent contact and visits with families and service providers. We provide a number of services including: foster care training and licensing, individual case management support, foster child placement, foster-to-adopt, support and connection with Christian staff and other foster parents, specific foster child support and mentoring.
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Nausea/Vomiting In Pregnancy
Plan A Non Prescription
Ginger Crackers and bed Seabands Prenatal Vitamins
Plan B First medications
Unisom Diclegis Bonjesta
Plan C Second line medications
Benadryl Dramamine Compazine Phenergan
Med Options Phenegran ORC Reglan Rx Tigan Rx Zofran Rx
--Dehydrated IV Fluids with meds
A program offered by IU Health Community Health supporting Greene, Lawrence, Monroe, Orange and Owen counties.
333 E. Miller Dr. Bloomington IN 47401 / 812-353-3200 / 812-353-3135
One expectant mom. One nurse. Partnering together for a healthy pregnancy and baby.
3 Main Goals: healthier pregnancy / healthier baby / improved life course and self-sufficiency of mother
Enroll and receive free education, coaching and resources.
No cost to participate. The program serves all eligible families.
Eligibility: first-time pregnancy with no history of live birth / pregnant for 28 weeks or less / low-income mother (Medicaid, WIC, SNAP, TANF eligible) / willing to commit to long-term program in collaboration with a personal nurse.