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Catherine Foundation Pregnancy Care Center

Address:
3065 Old Washington Rd
Waldorf, MD 20601

Map & Directions

(5 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 932-8811

Website:
http://www.catherinefoundation.org

Services:
OVERVIEW: Pregnancy testing is offered Mon-Sat. We also offer ultrasounds and STD testing for women Clothes Closet is called Material Assistance Post Abortion Support is called Abortion Recovery Program. - - SERVICES: - 1) PREGNANCY TESTING: Appointment necessary, Mon-Fri. Walk-ins welcome if opening available. - - 2) INFORMATION & REFERRALS: Provides clients with referrals to adoption agencies, medical care, legal aid, housing, parenting classes, and childbirth classes. - - 3) CLOTHES CLOSET: Maternity clothes, baby items, and baby clothes are offered (sizes 0-2). - - 4) POST-ABORTION SUPPORT: Offers emotional support after an abortion. - - 5) INFORMATION CENTER : Provides literature pertaining to teen pregnancy, risk of abortion, post abortion, and sexual abstinence. - - 6) SPEAKERS BUREAU: Schedules speakers for schools, churches, and other organizations. - - 7) FATHERHOOD PROGRAM: Support for men on how to be good fathers to their children. - - 8) STD testing for women of child bearing age, and free 1st trimester sonograms. - - LOCATIONS: - 3065 Old Washington Road - Waldorf, MD 20601 - - 4375 Port Tobacco Road - Nanjemoy, MD 20662

Eligibility:
Men and women with pregnancy related needs.

Documents To Bring:
Call for information.


Forestville Pregnancy Center

Address:
3611 Branch Ave #102
Temple Hills, MD 20748

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 423-0063

Website:
http://www.forestvillepregnancycenter.org

Services:
OVERVIEW: Pregnancy Center. Makes referrals to resources that provide prenatal care, financial assistance, temporary shelter, and assistance with adoptions. - - SERVICES: Provides pregnancy testing, 1st-trimester sonograms, maternity clothes, WIC referrals, Pack and Play, breast pumps, baby clothes, and counseling.

Eligibility:
Pregnant women and women who suspect they are pregnant. Adults Teens Females

Documents To Bring:
Call for information. Photo ID.


Calvert County Health Department

Address:
975 Solomons Island Rd N
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Map & Directions

(17 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(410) 535-5400

Website:
http://www.calverthealth.org

Services:
Provides an aray of general mental and health services.SERVICES: 1) CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM: Provides services to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Includes individual, family, and group counseling; advocacy/accompaniment to police stations, courts and hospitals; and short-term emergency shelter when needed. Offers crisis counseling through the hotline service. 2) BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING: Provides screening for detection of hypertension and monitoring of hypertensive individuals to determine if blood pressure is being controlled. Screening is offered by appointment Mon-Fri, 8:30-10AM. 3) CANCER SCREENING CLINIC: See separate listing, Breast and Cervical Cancer Program, Calvert County. 4) CHILD HEALTH CLINIC: Provides services to children from birth to age 21. Includes immunizations, new born baby visiting, Infant and Toddlers, Healthy Start Program, Healthy Kids Program, school health services, and case management. Also offers childbirth and parenting classes. 5) COLPOSCOPY CLINIC: Provides follow-up and treatment for women with abnormal pap smear results. 6) ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: Inspects restaurants and food service facilities, schools, hospitals and nursing homes for environmental safety. Issues permits for wells and septic system; monitors air and water quality. Works in rabies prevention. 7) FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC: Provides family planning services, including pregnancy testing and counseling, physical exams for women, contraceptive supplies, post delivery care and prenatal case management for Medical Assistance recipients. Also participates in teen pregnancy prevention awareness programs, counsels pregnant teens, and coordinates support groups at local high schools for pregnant teens. 8) ADULT EVALUATION AND REVIEW SERVICES: Provides comprehensive evaluation for persons ages 60 and older who are at risk of institutionalization. Helps clients and their families locate services to enable clients to remain at home. Located at 314 Main Street, Prince Frederick, MD. Call 410-414-9367. 9) MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: Offers mental health services to any age county resident and includes geriatric, psychological and psychiatric evaluations, family and marriage counseling, group therapy and medication clinic. 10) CALVERT COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES: Offers individual, group, and family counseling, substance abuse education and prevention, and consultation services to persons of all ages with substance abuse-related problems. 11) PERSONAL CARE PROGRAM: For Medical Assistance recipients only. Provides personal hygiene, meals, transportation to medical appointments and shopping. Located at 134 Main Street, Prince Frederick, MD. 12) SERVICE COORDINATION OFFICE: Helps mentally retarded and other developmentally disabled adults obtain services to enable them to remain in the community. Located at Prince Frederick Office. 13) SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE PROGRAM: Provides testing and treatment to anyone who feels that he or she may have contracted a sexual transmitted disease. Service is free. 14) WIC PROGRAM: See separate listing for Southern Maryland WIC Program, Calvert County. 15) TRAVEL AND FLU IMMUNIZATIONS. 16) SMOKING CESSATION CLASSES. 17) MARYLAND CHILDREN'S HEALTH PROGRAM: See separate listing. 18) DISEASE SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL: Offers screening clinics for persons who are suspected of having communicable diseases, i.e., TB, AIDS, HIV. Provides treatment, including counseling and medication to persons diagnosed as having TB. Refers persons who need chest x-rays to other sources in the community. Service is free. Provides confidential and anonymous HIV testing and counseling services. 19) VITAL RECORDS: Issues certified birth and death certificates. 20) SCHOOL HEALTH NURSING: Provides health consultation and educational programs to school staff and students. Works to increase the number of immunized children in schools and to lower the incidence of communicable disease. 21) CORE SERVICE AGENCY: Responsible for planning, managing, and monitoring public mental health services. Assures that a comprehensive range of services are available, accessible and affordable, including: evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, case management, rehabilitation, community support, therapeutic foster care, supervised housing, emergency services and crisis intervention.22) SEASONAL FLU 2010: Call the Flu Hotline to hear dates and locations for local flu clinics Also, visit the website for a complete listing of current local flu clinics. *The new seasonal flu shot covers both the seasonal flu and H1N1 flu. 23) CANCER: Provides free colorectal screenings to eligible residents. Call 410-535-5400 EX 348 to be screened.

Hours:
Hotline is available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.

Eligibility:
Open to anyone.


Birthright of Prince Frederick

Address:
301 Steeple Chase Dr #405
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Map & Directions

(17 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(410) 257-1402

Website:
http://www.birthright.org

Services:
CRISIS PREGNANCY CENTER: Provides free confidential pregnancy testing, right-to-life counseling, maternity and infant clothing, layette for newborns, and formula and pampers on an emergency basis. Also provides information and referrals to other programs. Also accepts donations of baby clothes, maternity clothes and bottles.

Eligibility:
Pregnant women and teens all ages.

Documents To Bring:
Call for information.


I've got a great ambition to die of exhaustion rather than boredom.

-- Angus Grossart

Care Net Pregnancy Center of Southern Maryland

Address:
2196 Solomons Island Rd S #3
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Map & Directions

(17 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(410) 326-6866

Website:
http://www.carenetsomd.org

Services:
OVERVIEW: Provides education, family planning services and baby supplies. - - SERVICES: - 1) FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES: Provides free pregnancy tests, limited diagnostic ultrasounds and abortion recovery support. - - 2) EDUCATION: Offers counseling to women (and men) regarding reproductive issues by providing them with facts about pregnancy, parenting, adoption, abortion, sex and health. Offers information and referrals to other needed resources. - - 3) BABY SUPPLIES: When supplies are available may be able to offer baby needs and supplies. - - LOCATIONS: - 21562 Thames Avenue - Lexington Park, MD 20653 - Mon, Tues, Thurs 9AM-5PM, Wed 1-8PM - - 25482 Point Lookout Road, Suite 201A - Leonardtown, MD 20650 - Wed & Fri 9AM-5PM, Thu 1-8PM - - 2196 Solomon's Island Road, Suite 3 - Prince Frederick, MD 20670 - Mon 9AM-8PM, Tues and Wed. 9AM-5PM - - DONATIONS: Baby supplies and related items.

Eligibility:
Open to the Public.

Documents To Bring:
None.


Commodity Supplemental Food Program

Address:
5501 E Capitol St SE
SE
Washington, DC 20019

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 645-6087

Website:
http://dchealth.dc.gov

Services:
Provides nutritious free food and nutrition education to low income women, infants, children, & seniors Children must be under 6 years of age Women must be pregnant or up to 1 year postpartum Seniors must be 60 years and older Each client receives a monthly food package that must be picked up Homebound seniors may be eligible for food delivery.Infants get 31 cans of formula, baby cereal & apple juice.Children, women, and seniors get canned fruits & vegetables, juice, meat, evaporated milk, rice potatoes, dry milk, peanut butter/beans, cereal, egg mix, and cheese. Home visits: Benning Heights

Hours:
Certification/Distribution: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday

Eligibility:
DC resident; Women/children must be 185% or less of Poverty Income Guidelines (PIG), Seniors must be 130% or less of PIG


Greater Washington Urban League

Address:
2901 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 265-8200

Website:
http://dchealth.dc.gov

Services:
Provides nutritious free food and nutrition education to low income women, infants, children, & seniors Children must be under 6 years of age Women must be pregnant or up to 1 year postpartum Seniors must be 60 years and older Each client receives a monthly food package that must be picked up Homebound seniors may be eligible for food delivery.Infants get 31 cans of formula, baby cereal & apple juice.Children, women, and seniors get canned fruits & vegetables, juice, meat, evaporated milk, rice potatoes, dry milk, peanut butter/beans, cereal, egg mix, and cheese. Home visits: Downtown

Hours:
Certification/Distribution - 8:30 am - 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday

Eligibility:
DC resident; Women/children must be 185% or less of Poverty Income Guidelines (PIG), Seniors must be 130% or less of PIG


Wheaton - CCI Women, Infants & Children Program (WIC)

Address:
2730 University Blvd W
Silver Spring, MD 20902

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(301) 933-6680

Website:
http://cciweb.org/wic.html

Services:
WIC: The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program is a federally funded program that provides healthy foods, nutrition counseling and breastfeeding support to pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children under age five.ELIGIBILITY:Effective April, 20121 $20,665/annual $1,723/monthly2 $27,991/annual $2,333/monthly3 $35,317/annual $2,944/monthly4 $42,643/annual $3,554/monthlyFor each additional person add $7,326/annual $611/monthlyOther Locations:Gaithersburg WIC200 Girard StreetSuite 212BGaithersburg, MD 20877Germantown WIC19540 Amaranth DriveGermantown, MD 20874Langley/Takoma Park WIC7676 New Hampshire AvenueSuite 220Takoma Park, MD 20912Greenbelt WIC9001 Edmonston RoadSuite 40Greenbelt, MD 20770Administrative Office15850 Crabbs Branch WaySuite 350Rockville, MD 20855

Hours:
Sat by appointment only.

Eligibility:
See notes.


A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him.

-- Sidney Greenberg

Healthy Babies

Address:
4501 Grant St NE
NE
Washington, DC 20019

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 396-2809

Website:
http://www.healthybabiesproject.org/

Services:
Provides home visitation, community outreach, childbirth education, prenatal education, parenting classes and social service support to pregnant women and their families Provides crisis intervention, family counseling, health education, teen pregnancy prevention, male program, free pregnancy testing and assistance with applying for medical benefits. Referrals to on-site prenatal care and child development, drug abuse treatment, and child health services. Home visits: Carver Langston

Hours:
9:00 am - 5:45 pm, Monday - Friday

Eligibility:
Main focus on pregnant women and their families residing in wards 5 and 6, teens, homeless pregnant women citywide


Family Place

Address:
3309 16th St NW
NW
Washington, DC 20010

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(202) 265-0149

Website:
http://thefamilyplacedc.org

Services:
Provides hospitality, resources, and support services to expectant parents and families with young children (through the age of five) Helps meet emergency needs, provides information and education, enhances long-term family stability, and promotes the growth of a community of support for participating families. Home visits: Mount Pleasant

Hours:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday

Eligibility:
Families with children 5 years of age or younger


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-- Buckminster Fuller

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