Pregnancy Resources & Referrals • The Pregnancy Network

Resources We Offer

We have resources to help you face your unplanned pregnancy. We offer free baby and maternity items to be received through our classes. By taking educational classes, you will receive things you may need during pregnancy or through the first year of parenting upon attending each class. Some of the items include:

Baby & Maternity Items

  • New or gently used maternity clothes in all sizes
  • Baby bottles and pacifiers
  • Baby shampoo, body wash, and lotion
  • Diapers
  • New or gently-used baby clothes
  • Items like pack-n-plays, swings, strollers, cribs and sheets, etc.

Community Referrals

We offer information on other community resources and organizations we trust to meet your needs if we can’t. Referrals can be for things like further OBGYN care, housing, food, jobs, or counseling. Below are a few of the most common referrals we make, along with the contact information for each.

We’d love to help you prepare for your pregnancy by connecting you with these resources. Make an appointment with us today to get started.

  • Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

    The WIC Program aims to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets. The program also provides information on healthy eating and referrals to health care. To participate, you must be income eligible and have a qualifying medical or nutritional need. Click the icon to find out more about the program in Guilford County.

  • Nurse Family Partnership

    In this program, women who are pregnant with their first child are paired with registered nurses (RNs). This nurse educates, encourages, and supports each mother throughout the first two years of motherhood. This in-home care is free, both before and after your child is born. Click the icon to find out more.

  • Adopt-A-Mom

    The Adopt-A-Mom program coordinates prenatal care for low to medium-risk pregnant women who are not eligible for Medicaid. It also provides care for women who do not have private insurance or cannot afford to pay out of pocket for care. There are many participating OB/GYN practices in Guilford County who help make sure all women have access to prenatal care. Women are asked to pay a $100 participation fee if able. Doctors, sponsors, and donations help cover any remaining costs. Find out more by clicking the icon.

  • Room at the Inn

    This program assists pregnant women experiencing homelessness. Room at the Inn provides shelter, food, clothing, case management, and in-house daycare. In addition, they provide life skills education, counseling, and transportation for trips related to school, job training, or health appointments. Click the icon to find out more.

  • Medicaid for Pregnant Women (MPW)

    Medicaid for Pregnant Women covers costs related to pregnancy. This includes: prenatal care, childbirth classes, family planning services, and more. North Carolina has an online application system called ePASS. You can also apply in person at the Greensboro Department of Social Services. Click the icon to learn more.

  • Greensboro Urban Ministry

    Greensboro Urban Ministry exists to express the love of God to those in need by meeting practical needs. This program offers food, shelter, emergency assistance, rehousing assistance, and more. Click the icon to learn more.