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Utah Community Resources  For You and Your FamilyDuring and After Pregnancy      MATERNAL & INFANT HEALTH PROGRAM
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Utah Community Resources During and After Pregnancy

  1. 1. Utah Community Resources For You and Your FamilyDuring and After Pregnancy MATERNAL & INFANT HEALTH PROGRAM
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTSPage 1: Emergencies Baby Your Baby Baby Watch/Early Intervention Birth Control and Family Planning Birth and Death Certificates Breastfeeding Child Abuse/Neglect Child Care Disability Information Domestic Violence LINK Line General Assistance Financial Counseling Grieving Parent Support Services ImmunizationsPage 2: Health Insurance Local Health Departments HIV/Aids Information & Referral General Information Legal Information/Consultation Mental Health Poison Control Pregnancy InformationPage 3: Prenatal Care Parenting Resources Teen ParentingPage 4: Smoking Cessation/Quit Programs & Info Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Infections Substance Abuse Counseling & Referral Support Groups Rape/Sexual Assault
  3. 3. UTAH COMMUNITY RESOURCES Emergencies 911 Disability Information (24-hour life-threatening) Access Utah 1-800-333-8824 Info, referrals and services for people with disabilities. Baby Your BabyHotline 1-800-826-9662 Domestic Violence LINK LineA resource to answer your questions and locate the Referrals for shelters, counseling etc.services you and your family may need before, during 1-800-897-5465and after pregnancy. If you don’t find what you need onthis list, call Monday—Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; leave a Assistancemessage after hours. Food and clothing for baby, mother or other family Baby Watch/Early Intervention members, call the Baby Your Baby Hotline for a referral to a location in your area.Hotline 1-800-961-4226 1-800-826-9662Utah’s network of services for children, birth to threeyears of age with developmental delay or disabilities. Utah Food Bank 801-978-2452 Birth Control and Family Planning Food Stamps/Workforce Services 801-526-0950Planned Parenthood Facts of Life Line 1-866-435-7414 Toll free: 1-800-230-7526 (800-230 PLAN) Call for office nearest you or look in the white or blue pages of your Utah local phonebook under State Logan Clinic 435-753-0724 Government, Workforce Services Ogden Clinic 801-479-7721 Orem Clinic 801-226-5426 Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Park City Clinic 801-649-5989 1-877-942-5437 Salt Lake Clinic 801-322-5571 or 801-257-6789 A supplemental nutrition program for eligible women, South Jordan Clinic 801-254-2032 infants and children. St. George Clinic 435-674-9933 West Valley Clinic 801-973-9675 Financial CounselingFor more information about family planning services in AAA Fair Credit Foundation 1-800-351-4195your area, call your Local Health Department. See listings American Credit Foundation 1-800-259-0601on page 2 of this resource guide. Grieving Parent Support Services Birth and Death Certificates Caring Connections 801-585-9522Utah Dept. of Health VitalRecords (801)538-6105 Support groups and educational materials for people experiencing a loss of a loved one. Breastfeeding Share Parents of Utah 801-272-5355Pregnancy Risk Line toll free: 1-800-822-2229 A support group for families experiencing aLa Leche League toll free: 1-800-525-3243 pregnancy loss or infant death.U of U Hospital Lactation Clinic (801)581-2205 Utah SIDS Alliance (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) Child Abuse/Neglect 801-261-4222Division of Child & Family Health Services (DCFS) Angel Watch Bereavement Program 801-698-4486 toll free: 1-855-323-3237Children’s Justice Center Provides professional support services for parents Avenues (Salt Lake) 385-468-4560 whose unborn or newborn baby is diagnosed with a South Valley (Salt lake) 385-468-4580 life-threatening or life-limiting condition. Visit Angel Provo 801-851-8554 Watch or email angelwatch@imail.org Child Care ImmunizationsMountain Land Child Care Resource and Hotline 1-800-275-0659Referral 1-800-952-8220 Vaccine information, including no-cost or low-cost vac-Office of Work and Family Life 1-800-622-7390 cines for eligible children through the UtahChildren’s Service Society 1-800-839-7444 Vaccines for Children Program (VCF). or 801-355-7444 Page 1
  4. 4. UTAH COMMUNITY RESOURCES Information Health Insurance Information and Referral Center Dial 211 Or 1-888-826-9790Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) For details about additional resources in your area on topicsAffordable health insurance for working families that such as abuse, adolescents, grief/loss of loved one, divorceearn too much for Medicaid and have children under health, parenting and substance abuse.the age of 19. 1-877-543-7669 United Way of Salt Lake 801-736-8929Medicaid Eligibility 1-800-662-9651 Various Resources List: http://www.211ut.org/index.php?Primary Care Network 1-888-222-2542 option=com_content&view=article&id=2&Itemid=4An insurance program for adult residents of Utah, aged19 – 64 who have not had health coverage for six United Way of Utah County 801-374-2588months and do not qualify for Medicaid. Community Resource list: http://uwucdev.org/sites/ uwucdev.org/files/attachments/CommunityResources.pdfUnemployment Insurance Program(801) 526-0950 1-866-4357414 Legal Information/Consultation Local Health Departments Disability Law Center (801)363-1347 Legal aid for persons with disabilitiesBear River Health Dept. (435)792-6500 Legal Aid Society (801)328-8849Logan, UT 84341 Family Law. Fee based on ability to pay.Central Utah Public Health Dept. (435)896-5451 Utah Legal Services (801)328-8891 Legal Counsel and referral.Richfield, UT84701Davis County Health Dept. (801)525-5000 Mental HealthFarmington, UT 84025 Utah Department of Human Service (801)538-3939 Mental health information and referralSalt Lake Valley Health Dept. (801)468-2700Salt Lake City, UT 84190 National Alliance on Mental Illness (801)323-9900Southeastern Utah Dist. Health Dept. (435)637-3671 Valley Mental Health (801)261-1442Price, UT 84501 24 hour crisis line (801)483-5444Southwest Utah Public Health Dept. (435)673-3528 Poison Control StatewideSt. George, UT 84770 toll free 1-800-222-1222Summit county Public Health Dept. (435)336-3234Coalville, UT 84017 Pregnancy InformationTooele County Health Dept. (435)277-2300 Baby Your Baby Hotline 1-800-826-9662 See the Baby Your Baby section on the reverse side of thisTooele, UT 84074 brochure.Tricounty Health Dept. (435)247-1177 Catholic Community Services (801)977-9119Vernal, UT 84078 Adoption and pregnancy counseling, immigration and refu- gee resettlement and other family services.Utah County Health Dept. (801)851-7024Provo, UT 84601 Children’s Service Society (801) 355-7444Wasatch County Health Dept. (435)654-2700 1-800-839-7444 Pregnancy counseling, parenting advocacy, infant and specialHeber City, UT 84032 needs adoption; child care resource, referral, and providerWeber-Morgan Health Dept. (801)399-7100 training. Fee based on ability to pay.Ogden, UT 84401 LDS Family Services 1-800-537-2229 HIV/AIDS Information & Referral Free pregnancy counseling, adoption services, and foster care for mothers & families of all religions.Utah AIDS Foundation Toll Free: 1-800-366-2437 Salt Lake: 801-487-2323 Pregnancy Risk Line 1-800-822-2229 Provides accurate and current information about the effects of environmental exposures, including medica- tions and herbs, on pregnancy and breastfeeding. Open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Page 2
  5. 5. UTAH COMMUNITY RESOURCES Prenatal Care Prenatal Care (cont.)South Main Clinic @ Cedar City ClinicSalt Lake Valley Public Health Center 1303 N Main St Cedar City UT (435)868-55003690 S Main St Salt Lake City UT (385)468-4000 Montezuma Creek Clinic (435)651-3291Exodus Healthcare (West Valley) (801)250-9638 262 East Highway Montezuma Creek UT3336 S Pioneer Pkwy, Ste 201 WVC UT The Neighborhood Clinic - IHC (801)977-0502Oquirrh View Community Health Center 855 West California Avenue SLC UT4745 S 3200 W Salt Lake City UT (801)964-6214 Rose Park Elementary Clinic - IHC (801)364-243472nd Street Clinic 1105 West 1000 North SLC220 West 7200 South, Suite AMidvale UT (801)566-5494 Fourth Street ClinicTeen Mother and Child Program3690 S Main St. Salt Lake City UT (801)468-3278 Parenting ResourcesSteven D Ratcliffe Community Health Center Family Support Centers offer Crisis and Respite Nursery1365 W 1000 N Salt Lake City UT (801)328-5750 Care for parents, including additional support services.Central City Community Health Center Utah has 11 Family support Centers. You can find a461 S 400 E Salt Lake City UT (801)539-8634 center near you by going to: http://utahfamilysupport.org or by calling:Centro De Salud (801)214-7650 (801)393-3113 (in Ogden UT)245 S 1100 E Ste 209 Salt Lake City UT Healthy Families Utah is a free, voluntary in-home par-BirthCare/HealthCare @Ellis Shipp Clinic enting program for first-time parents who are either4535 S 5600 W West Valley City UT (385)468-3700 pregnant or have just had their baby. For moreIHC Nurse Midwives Services (801)507-7070 information or to see if you qualify please contact:5063 Cottonwood St Ste 130 Salt Lake City UT  Prevent Child Abuse Utah: (801)532-3404St. Mark’s Family Medicine (801)265-2000 www.preventchildabuseutah.org1250 E 3900S #260 Salt Lake City UT www.healthyfamiliesamerica.orgMountainlands Community Health Center215 W 100 N Provo UT (801)374-9660  Cache Child and Family Support Center: (435)752-8880 or www.cachecfsc.orgPeople’s Health Clinic 650 Round Valley Road Park City UT (435)333-1850  Davis Family Connection Center: (801)773-0712Midtown Community Health Center or www.familyconnection4u.org2240 Adams Ave Ogden UT (801)393-5355 Nurse Family Partnership is a home visiting program forClinica de Buena Salud (UT Farm Worker Health) first-time pregnant women who are no more than 2814 N 100 E #200 Brigham City UT (435)723-8276 weeks pregnant. The Program is free to all eligibleIHC Cache Valley CHC women. If you are interested to know more about this272 1/2 N Main St Logan UT (435)752-7060 program or to find out if you are eligible contact the Salt lake Valley Health Department at: 385-468-3878 orWayne Community Health Center 385-468-3955 or www.nursefamilypartnership.org128 N 300 W Bicknell UT (435)425-3744Enterprise Valley Medical Clinic223 S 200 E Enterprise UT (435)878-2281 Teen ParentingSouthwest Utah Community Health Center So Main Public Health Dept/Teen Mother & Child168 N 100 E St George UT (435)986-2565 Program (801)468-3278Doctors’ Free Clinic Teen Success—support group (801) 521-27411036 E Riverside Dr St George UT (435)656-0022 www.ppau.org or facebook.com/pputah Page 3
  6. 6. UTAH COMMUNITY RESOURCES Smoking Cessation/Quit Programs & InfoAmerican Cancer Society 1-800-227-2345American Lung Association 1-800-586-4872Utah Tobacco Quit Line 1-800-784-8669For more information about programs in your area tohelp you or a loved one quit smoking, call your LocalHealth Department. Sexually Transmitted Diseases/InfectionsPlanned Parenthood 1-800-230-7526 Or 801-322-5571Utah Department of Health STD Control Program (801)538-6191 Substance Abuse Counseling & ReferralHouse of Hope (801)487-3276UT Dept of Human Services -Division of Substance Abuse (801)538-3939Project Realty (801)364-8080Dial 211 for substance abuse programs in your area. Support GroupsAsian Association of Utah (801)486-5987Provides services such as tutoring, language, classes,translation, cultural activities and family counseling toAsian Americans and Pacific Islanders Created by: Utah Department of HealthCentro de la Familia de Utah (801)521-4473 Maternal & Infant Health ProgramAssistance for people of Latino descent. Parenting 288 N 1460 W/PO Box 142001classes for new or soon-to-be mothers and fathers. Salt Lake City UT 84114-2001 (801) 538-9970Indian Walk-In Center (801)486-4877 www.health.utah.gov/mihp 08/12Assistance for Native Americans.International Rescue Committee (801)328-1091Refugee assistance.National Association for the Advancement ofColored People (N.A.A.C.P.) (801)250-5088 Rape/Sexual AssaultRape Recovery Center 1-888-421-1100 or 801-467-7273 Page 4

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