Changing Aspen Leaves - RMNP

Maternal Services Program

We help achieve optimal pregnancy outcomes for women in Larimer County through access to:

  • Early and appropriate prenatal services
  • Education on healthy behaviors and risk reduction during pregnancy
  • Postpartum family planning services
  • Support and professional guidance through the early stages of the child's growth and development

To achieve optimal outcomes for women in Larimer County by assuring access to early and appropriate prenatal services, promoting healthy behavior and risk reduction during pregnancy, and facilitating postpartum access to family planning services.

The Programs

Healthy Communities
The Healthy Communities Program helps families with children under age 21 and pregnant women apply for Medicaid and/or the Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+). The program also helps families on Medicaid and/or CHP+ understand their benefits and find medical, dental, vision, mental health, and specialty services.

Nurse-Family Partnership® (NFP)
Nurse-Family Partnership is a program for women at or below 200% of the established poverty level who are having their first baby. If you are eligible and enroll, a specially trained nurse will visit you in your home throughout pregnancy and continue visits until your baby is two years old.

Prenatal Plus
The Prenatal Plus Program provides home and office visits to ALL pregnant women who qualify for medicaid in the prenatal period and up to two months after delivery. The Prenatal Plus team is composed of a registered nurse, social worker, and a registered dietician. The program provides instruction involving pregnancy and the postpartum period along with a focus on parenting, and infant care needs. Valuable resource and referral information.

The WIC program is a special supplemental food and nutrition program for pregnant, postpartum or breastfeeding women, infants, and children under the age 5. The goal of the program is to improve the health and nutrition of women and children by providing nutritious foods and nutrition education to women, infants and children.

Background Image: Changing Aspen Leaves in Rocky Mountain National Park by Jeremy Hollis. All rights reserved.