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Financial Aid for Your Birth

The cost of pregnancy and birth can weigh heavily on some moms and/or their families. Pregnant mothers worry about having enough money for proper prenatal care, purchasing healthy foods, doctor’s visits, items for the baby after birth and often times a doula is seen as an added expense. In addition to rearranging her finances the best she can, financially strapped expectant mothers can look for assistance from private organizations, local, state and federal funding, and non-profit organizations. Sometimes this financial help comes in the form of insurance and medical assistance, food and baby supplies. Some organizations go a step further and even offer grants for doulas and birth workers. Like most free things in life, this requires a little bit of research and investigation on the mother. However, with enough planning and the right resources, these grant and assistant programs allow expectant mothers to focus on the health of their baby versus their finances. A few resources to get you started are below. https://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants http://www.wicprograms.org/ https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap


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