We can help you become a parent.
Carrying to term and becoming a parent may seem overwhelming, depending on your situation. But we’re here to walk with you through your journey. We provide a free class on parenting, free maternity and baby items to qualifying candidates, and recommendations for other community resources in order for you to have everything you need to become a successful parent. Make an appointment with us today to learn more.

Prenatal Care

Prenatal care for your child is vital for their health. Call us today (336-274-4881) for a referral to an obstetrician (OB) who can help you keep your baby’s development healthy.

Prenatal care is medical care you get during pregnancy. At each prenatal care visit, your health care provider checks on you and your growing baby. Schedule your first prenatal care checkup as soon as you think you know you’re pregnant. Your provider can make sure you’re healthy and you can find out your due date.

Go to all your prenatal care checkups, even if you’re feeling fine. All pregnant women get blood and urine tests and a blood pressure check at every visit.

Your provider may recommend certain vaccinations or prenatal tests at your checkups. Prenatal tests make sure your baby is healthy and they include amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling and ultrasound. Your provider also asks you about your family health history to see if certain medical conditions run in your family. Tell your provider how you’re feeling and ask lots of questions so you know what’s happening throughout your pregnancy. 1

Download this free app to learn more about the development of your baby on a monthly basis: Little One App



Adopt-a-Mom Program of Guilford County – This program ensures moms who cannot get Medicaid or cannot afford to pay out-of-pocket still receive prenatal care from local providers. Check out the link to sign up today, or call us at 336-274-4881 so we can help you through the process.

WIC (Women, Infants, Children) – WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children funded by the United States Department of Agriculture.

Medicaid – Medicaid is a health insurance program for certain low-income and needy people paid with federal, state, and county dollars. It covers more than 1 million people in our state, including children, the aged, blind, and/or disabled, and people who are eligible to receive federally assisted income maintenance payments. North Carolina Medicaid includes Baby Love for prenatal and infant health care, Health Check for children up to age 21, Carolina ACCESS for managed care, and community alternatives to provide home and community care as a cost-effective alternative to institutionalization. Covered individuals are elderly or disabled individuals, children and their parents, persons needing long-term care and some Medicare recipients. 2

Pregnancy & Parenting Class

At the Care Center, we offer a class to equip you with essentials for having a healthy pregnancy and delivery, as well as teach you time-proven principles for parenting your children well through the first year of your child’s life. You will meet with a trained advocate and multiple guest speakers as a group for 8 weeks. Guest speakers may include experts in fetal development, lactation, counseling, and more.

Contact us at (336) 274-4881 to find out when the next round of classes begin, or click below to visit our classes page to learn more.


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Monday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Tuesday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesday: 10:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

Friday: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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  1. The above information was taken from the March of Dimes website (http://www.marchofdimes.org/pregnancy/prenatal-care.aspx), December 2016. It is not intended to be taken as medical advice.
  2. Taken from their website