Pregnancy

A Woman’s Place @ TMH

A facility under the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital that offers prenatal classes and services, as well as support groups.

A Woman’s Pregnancy Center

AWPC offers free pregnancy tests (WALK-INS WELCOME – NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY) and ultrasound scans (appointment required) in a private and comfortable environment so you can find out if you are really pregnant or not. You deserve to have access to all the information you need to make an informed choice.
Capital Regional Medical Center

Capital Regional Medical Center

A Tallahassee Medical Center with a number of helpful classes and resources for new and expecting mothers.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

A national resource offering a number of programs and providing important information on all parts of birth and childhood.

Family Health Line

Family Health Line is a statewide toll-free hotline funded by the Florida Dept. of Health. The goal of the hotline is to improve the health status of Florida’s pregnant women, infants, and toddlers by: The majority of calls are from pregnant women or their partners. Other calls come from friends and relatives of pregnant women. All calls are confidential and are answered by trained counselors who are available: 8 AM to 11 PM, Mon-Fri and 10:30 AM to 6:30 PM, weekends, closed state holidays

Foundations of Birth

Women have complex needs during childbirth and the weeks that follow. In addition to medical care and the love and companionship provided by their partners, women need consistent, continuous reassurance, comfort, encouragement and respect. They need individualized care based on their circumstances and preferences. DONA International doulas are educated and experienced in childbirth and the postpartum period. Doulas are prepared to provide physical (non-medical), emotional, and informational support to women and their partners during labor and birth, as well as to families in the weeks following childbirth.

Healthy Start Coalition JMT – Jefferson

Healthy Start of Jefferson, Madison and Taylor Counties was created in 1993 to serve a predominantly rural, tri-county population. The primary focus of the Coalition is to insure the heath and well being of pregnant women and their babies and to reduce infant mortality. They offer support before, during, and after pregnancy in order to give your baby the healthiest start possible.

Healthy Start Coalition JMT – Madison

Healthy Start of Jefferson, Madison and Taylor Counties was created in 1993 to serve a predominantly rural, tri-county population. The primary focus of the Coalition is to insure the heath and well being of pregnant women and their babies and to reduce infant mortality. They offer support before, during, and after pregnancy in order to give your baby the healthiest start possible.

Healthy Start Coalition JMT – Taylor

Healthy Start of Jefferson, Madison and Taylor Counties was created in 1993 to serve a predominantly rural, tri-county population. The primary focus of the Coalition is to insure the heath and well being of pregnant women and their babies and to reduce infant mortality. They offer support before, during, and after pregnancy in order to give your baby the healthiest start possible.

LactMed

The LactMed® database contains information on drugs and other chemicals to which breastfeeding mothers may be exposed. It includes information on the levels of such substances in breast milk and infant blood, and the possible adverse effects in the nursing infant. Suggested therapeutic alternatives to those drugs are provided, where appropriate