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http://www.samaritancommunity.org This organization has a food pantry, emergency financial help, counseling, case management and a computer room available.
An excellent, easy resources for keeping friends and family up-to-date on NICU progress, as well as for arranging much needed support during and after the NICU.
If you have a newborn and want to free baby blanket, contact Binky Patrol! It’s a wonderful organization.
FREE FREE STUFF!
Working to stop SUID/SIDS and Stillbirth.
Free Legal Advice for Pregnant Moms
The mission of First Shift Justice Project is to empower low-income pregnant women and parents to safeguard the economic security and health of their families by asserting their workplace rights.
Toddler-Capitol-1000 We envision a workplace culture that values not only paid employment but also the work of family caregiving and the vital role parents play in the health and welfare of our their families and society.
By educating and supporting working parents to assert their rights before they lose their jobs or their workplace stress becomes untenable, First Shift helps them safely maintain their employment, their health and their family commitments. Working parents who are empowered to proactively address work/family conflicts become a force for affecting this cultural change and creating work environments where employees and employers expect to have respectful, productive conversations about family care giving and the overall well-being of families.
Free Text/Free Calling App!
We have used this app with some callers and the calls have been very clear. One needs wifi to use. Check it out!
Apps for faxing or emailing
IFAX and Genius Scan
Grants for Single Moms
Did you know that according to research, between 15 and 20% of new moms will experience some sort of perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (PMAD) after giving birth? Mental health problems during pregnancy are common too. PMADs may affect a woman’s ability to care for herself and her children. The Mental Health Association of Maryland launched the Healthy New Moms Campaign in 2005 and today, continues to reach more than 1 million individuals with media outreach, literature distribution and web-based education. The Campaign offers provider specific materials as well as support group information, crisis and warm lines, family and partner resources, as well as, research opportunities. All of the Campaign literature is free and available to order or download digital copies on their website. Throughout the year, trainings, panel discussions, film screenings, educational meetings and other events are offered. Healthy New Moms has an active presence on social media, via Facebook and Pinterest. If you’d like to become a partner and help raise awareness of PMADs, you can join the Campaign, link to our website, follow us on social media, help assemble community resources or even conduct a community awareness event. To discuss ideas, share information or to ask questions, please contact 443.901.1550 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are several support groups in Maryland dedicated to helping pregnant and new moms with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders: (Please click Healthy New Moms above and go to What We Do >Outreach>Healthy New Moms>Get Help for the latest updated information)
- Annapolis – Anne Arundel Medical Center | 443-481-6122 | www.aamcevents.org
- Annapolis – Heritage Baptist Church | Contact Amanda at email@example.com | Click here for further details.
- Baltimore – Sinai Hospital | Contact 443-846-6287 *Effective March 2020, The Postpartum Support Group meetings will be held virtually/via video, until further notice. Please call Shelly Bray at 410-601-7832 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information*
- Baltimore – Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center | Contact 410-550-5362
- Baltimore – Greater Baltimore Medical Center | Contact Lanny Dowell at 443-849-6287 or email@example.com
- Baltimore – Mercy Medical Center | Lactation Resource Center | 410-332-9060
- Baltimore – The Womb Room | Meets every Tuesday evening
- Elkton – Union Hospital | Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fulton – Capital Women’s Care | Monday evenings at 7:30 PM | Contact Jennifer Riley, PSI Coordinator at email@example.com | Click here for further details
- Frederick – Frederick County Perinatal Mental Health Support Group | Contact Jessica Kent at 240-285-3785 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hagerstown – Women’s Health Center at Robinwood | Contact 240-217-5091 or email@example.com
- Olney – MedStar Montgomery Hospital | FREE but must register before attending | Contact 301-774-8881 and press 3
- Silver Spring – Postpartum Depression Support Group | Holy Cross Resource Center | Contact 240-432-4497 or MDPostPartum@gmail.com
- Westminster – Tevis Center for Wellness at Carroll Hospital | Contact 410-871-7000 | If unable to attend a meeting, an OB navigator is available at 410-871-7403, Monday through Friday
Keep ’Em Cookin’ is an educational organization that gives pregnant women the greatest opportunity to prevent preterm birth by providing them with the most current information on high-risk pregnancy and by offering them online community support.
Mamas on Bedrest & Beyond Provides individual and group support, educational information, resources and local services to high risk pregnant mamas and new mamas. To assist mamas on bed rest to have a better bed rest experience, Mamas on Bed Rest & Beyond developed a Bedrest Success Kit containing information on maternity leave in the United States, Strategies for a better bed rest, examples of exercises for mamas on bed rest and a semi-monthly newsletter. This kit is free to mamas on bed rest.
This is a great resource for a bedrest mom to schedule help with meals. Use this resource even after the baby is born for help! Love it!
Helping you become a better home economist.
Building Confidence and Parenting Skills When Your Baby Is in the NICU
NICU Support for Parents
Hand to Hold
Supporting multiple birth families.
Offering a wide variety of pajamas and other comfortable clothing.
The Preeclampsia Foundation (PF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to funding research, raising public awareness, and providing support and education for those whose lives have been touched by preeclempsia and other hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
Sidelines is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization providing international support for women and their families experiencing complicated pregnancies.