Mom & Baby Mobile Health Centers®
PARTNER WITH US
More than 7 million women of childbearing age in the U.S. live in counties with limited or no access to maternity care. Each year, 1 in 8 babies (500,000 babies) are born in these areas. March of Dimes Mom & Baby Mobile Health Centers® help address the problem by providing care to those who need it.
WHY MARCH OF DIMES?
March of Dimes is there for families at every stage of the pregnancy journey, even when access to high-quality care is out of reach. Our mobile health centers offer on-the-ground, maternal health programs with services aimed at bringing support, education and care to moms and moms-to-be.
MARCH OF DIMES MOM & BABY MOBILE HEALTH CENTERS®
- Enable health care access to women and children via pre-conception, pregnancy, postpartum and newborn interventions, as well as primary, wellness and preventative care, in their neighborhoods.
- Are uniquely positioned through purpose-driven partnerships to serve people of color and underinsured and uninsured members in underserved communities regardless of immigration status or ability to pay.
March of Dimes Mom & Baby Mobile Health Centers® aim to improve birth outcomes by addressing access issues along with social drivers of health more broadly, while providing wrap-around clinical and community services and referrals (e.g. housing, nutrition). In partnership with clinical providers, our mobile health centers offer services across five pillars of maternal and infant care:
- Pre-pregnancy interventions
- Pregnancy interventions
- Postpartum interventions
- Newborn interventions
- Primary health care interventions
HOW WE WORK
March of Dimes Mom & Baby Mobile Health Centers® facilitate collaborative partnerships across multiple sectors and efficiently allocate financial and human resources—and directly meet women and families in their communities, minimizing barriers to accessing care.
Connect with us to explore opportunities to bring a Mom & Baby Mobile Health Center® to your community.
 Social Determinants of health screening and navigation to community-based services and referrals are integrated into each of the five pillars of services