Baby Watch Early Intervention Program
Baby Your Baby (Utah) Program
Check Your Health
Pregnancy Risk Line
Utah Reproductive Health Program (English)
Utah Reproductive Health Program (Spanish)
Utah Community Resources
Women’s, Infants and Children (WIC) Program
American Academy of Pediatrics
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
March of Dimes
National Women’s Health Information Center
- Baby Your Baby Hotline 1-800-826-9662
A resource to answer your questions and locate the services you and your family may need before, during, and after pregnancy.
Through the Baby Your Baby program, financial help is available on a temporary basis to Utah women who are pregnant and do not have the money to pay for prenatal care. Baby Your Baby can help finance a pregnancy through a form of Prenatal Medicaid.
For list of sites providing low cost or sliding scale prenatal care, please contact the Utah Department of Health, Reproductive Health Program at (801) 538-9970 or http://health.utah.gov/rhp
- Catholic Community Services of Utah (phone) 1-800-839-7444
Adoption and pregnancy counseling, immigration, and refugee resettlement and other family services
- Children’s Service Society (phone) 1-801-839-7444
Pregnancy counseling, parenting advocacy, infant and special needs adoptions; child care resource, referral, and provider training. Fee based on ability to pay.
- LDS Family Services (phone) 1-800-537-2229
Free pregnancy counseling, adoption services, and foster care for mothers and fathers of all denominations.
- Pregnancy Risk Line 1-801-328-BABY (2229) in Salt Lake; Others: 1-800-822-BABY (2229); outside Utah 1-866-626-6847
Provides accurate and current information about the effects of environmental exposure, including medications and herbs on pregnancy and breastfeeding.