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    Programs that offer classes for the expectant woman and her partner, generally during the first six months of pregnancy, which focus on anatomy and physiology, fetal development, emotional adjustments, discomforts of pregnancy and means of relief, nutrition, the effects of smoking and drinking on fetal development and options for childbirth preparation.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    A Baby's Breath - Pregnancy CounselingAdvocates provide the emotional support needed get through a crisis pregnancy. Crisis is a unique situation. We help you establish and prioritize the objectives needed to get through your crisis. MontgomeryA Baby's Breath - Montgomery; JeffersonvilleA Baby's Breath
    A Baby's Breath - Pregnancy CounselingTalk with one of ABB's volunteer advocates about whether this is the right time for you to parent and what choices you have for you and your baby. Advocates provide the emotional support needed at this difficult time. Free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds are offered as part of the counseling service.DelawareWayne OfficeA Baby's Breath
    A Baby's Breath - Pregnancy Counseling - CollegevilleAdvocates provide the emotional support needed get through a crisis pregnancy. Crisis is a unique situation. We help you establish and prioritize the objectives needed to get through your crisis. MontgomeryCollegeville OfficeA Baby's Breath
    A Baby's Breath - Pre-Natal ClassesPre-natal classes offer accurate information on fetal development, safety, nutrition and other related medical topics.MontgomeryA Baby's Breath - Montgomery; JeffersonvilleA Baby's Breath
    A Baby's Breath - Pre-Natal ClassesPre-natal classes offer accurate information on fetal development, safety, nutrition and other related medical topics. These classes are taught by Registered Nurses to help you to learn more about your developing baby and what to expect during pregnancy, labor and delivery.DelawareWayne OfficeA Baby's Breath
    A Baby's Breath - Pre-Natal Classes - CollegevillePre-natal classes offer accurate information on fetal development, safety, nutrition and other related medical topics.MontgomeryCollegeville OfficeA Baby's Breath
    Air Force Aid Society - Community ProgramsAir Force Aid Society recognized the need to expand its charter to meet the emerging needs of the Air Force. They determined the most effective way to help with these new challenges is through targeted community programs which enhance Airman/family welfare and send a strong message that the Society understands today’s stresses. Programs include:
    • Bundles for Babies - classes and layette,
    • Car Care Because We Care Program - preventive vehicle maintenance that includes oil/filter change, lubrication, and vehicle safety checks and additional repairs or services identified by the mechanic as urgent,
    • Child Care Program - pays for 20 hours of child care (per child) in AF certified Family Child Care homes on base or in AF affiliated homes off base,
    • Phone Home Program - provides prepaid calling cards for deployed Air Force members, including single and married service members,
    • Spouse Employment Program - provides entry-level job training to active duty Air Force spouses with the goal being immediate, viable employment,
    • Spouse Orientation Program - activities consisting of presentations form base agencies, interactive games and exercises that should, by the end of the day, leave spouses feeling they are an important and respected part of the Air Force team,
    • Youth Employment Skills (YES) Program - is an on-base volunteer program for high school students and is offered at selected Air Force bases and offers high school students an opportunity to learn valuable work skills, "bank" dollar credits toward their post-secondary education/training, and have a positive impact on their base community.
    Air Force Aid SocietyAir Force Aid Society
    Lifecycle WomanCare - Maternity & Birth Services (The Birth Center at LWC)Provides maternity and birth services to women seeking a safe, comfortable, out-of-hospital birth experience in a home-like setting. Focus is on a midwife model providing a high level of personal care and prioritizing uninterrupted skin-to-skin contact between mother and baby immediately after delivery and comprehensive education and support for breastfeeding and lactation. - Prenatal Care: Educates and empowers women receiving prenatal care to be partners in their care. - Labor & Birth: Provides support to allow women to lead their own labor and birth process with LWC’s guidance from nurses and midwive. Throughout labor and birth, our team monitors both mother and baby and provides all support and care needed by the laboring mother. Partners with experienced OB/GYN and pediatric physicians, who are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, should any issues arise. - Post-partum Care: Newborn babies remain with their mothers, providing uninterrupted family bonding and an opportunity for new parents to immediately begin caring for their infants. Most families take their babies home within six to 12 hours after birth, and LWC nurses provide home visits or visits at LWC within 24 to 36 hours after birth. DelawareLifecycle WomanCare - Delaware; Bryn MawrLifecycle WomanCare
    Nurse-Family Partnership of Pocono Learning InstituteServices for first-time parents. Registered nurses with special training in prenatal and infant care as well as psycho-social development visit expectant mothers in their own homes. The visits begin in early pregnancy and continue until the child is two-years-old.MonroeNurse-Family PartnershipNurse-Family Partnership
    People In Need - Women In NeedProvides assistance in pregnancies by providing life-affirming alternatives to abortion by providing free confidential pregnancy tests for women who may be expecting, pregnancy workshops and clothing, diapers and food.LawrencePeople In NeedPeople In Need
    Pregnancy Care Center of the Poconos - Pregnancy CounselingOffers individuals free pregnancy tests, pregnancy verifications, limited obsterical ultrasounds and information on pregnancy options.MonroePregnancy Resource Center of the PoconosPregnancy Resource Center of the Poconos

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