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Women who are awaiting the birth of a child.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Case/Care Management ServicesThe Joyce Center Transitional Living Program provides comprehensive services and housing for homeless pregnant and parenting youth (16 to 22). Services are geared towards assisting youth in self-sufficiency and consists of the following: supervision, referral, case management, parenting and independent living skill building, advocacy within medical and mental health systems.AlbanyTRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM (TLP)COMMUNITY MATERNITY SERVICES
Health/Medical Care ServicesThe Hamilton Countyy Public Health Nursing Service has a Prenatal/Newborn/Postpartum Visit Program.HamiltonPRENATAL/NEWBORN/POSTPARTUM VISIT PROGRAMHAMILTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SERVICE
Health/Medical Care ServicesMaternal and Child Public Health Nurses make home visits to pregnant women, new mothers, infants, and children to provide skilled nursing assessments, health education, support services, and referrals to community resources.AlbanyPUBLIC HEALTH NURSE HOME VISITING PROGRAMALBANY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
HEALTHY FAMILIES ClintonOffers home visit services to pregnant or new parents to offer parenting skills education, information, developmental screenings, and standard assessments for infants and toddlers.ClintonEARLY ADVANTAGES, HEALTHY FAMILIES NEW YORKBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
Helpline/Hotline ServicesHelpline for families concerned about early nutrition, prenatal care, or other concerns of pregnant women and new mothers.AlbanyGROWING UP HEALTHYNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Homeless ServicesThis program can provide appropriate housing, case management, parenting skills and linkage to services for program participants for up to 12 months.WarrenWAIT HOUSE - TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAMWAIT HOUSE
Information/Referral ServicesAlpha Pregnancy Care Center provides medical referrals, information regarding community resources and support systems such as churches, parenting programs and other groups committed to encouraging women to continue their unplanned pregnancies.AlbanyREFERRALSALPHA PREGNANCY CARE CENTER

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