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Prenatal Education & Information


Having a baby is a special time. It may also be a time full of questions and concerns.

Prenatal Services of Cuyahoga County is available to help you have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.

Prenatal Home Visits will provide a caring person to help you with all your questions. Your Home Visitor will make home visits to make sure all of your prenatal care needs are met. Your Home Visitor will also share information with you on how to stay healthy during your pregnancy so you can have a healthy baby.

Prenatal Home Visiting can help you…
  • Find a doctor for you and your baby
  • Get to the doctor for your check-ups
  • Get any medical or social services you need
  • Get answers to questions about
    • Prenatal care
    • Baby care
    • Birth control
    • Family planning
  • Provide in home education during your pregnancy and as your newborn grows

The following organizations provide Prenatal Services in Cuyahoga County:

MomsFirst is a City of Cleveland program and will provide home visits ands support services until the child turns one year of age.
(216) 664-4194 

OIMRI stands for Ohio Infant Mortality Reduction Initiative. OIMRI provides home visits and support services to women in the East Cleveland and Warrensville communities until the child turns one year of age.
(216) 541-5600 X 126 - East Cleveland
(216) 751-3100 X115 - Warrensville

Bright Beginnings

Bright Beginnings provides prenatal home visits and support services to families in other communities and ongoing home visits for children from birth to age three.
(216) 698-7500