Company Phone Number
336-274-5437
  • Call your health care provider right away. Getting early and regular prenatal care matters. Get the facts about prenatal care and make the call today.
  • No doctor? No problem. Call the Guilford County Department of Public Health at 336-641-3245 to get started. If you’re not eligible for Medicaid and can’t afford prenatal care, contact the Adopt-A-Mom program at  336-641-7513 to see if you’re eligible to receive free care. Learn more.
  • Take a class. Childbirth education classes can help you get ready for a positive parenting experience. You can also meet other expectant parents and get free stuff for your baby. Each class runs for five weeks on the same night and costs $45 for the mother-to-be and her partner. Medicaid covers the cost if you are eligible. Call 336-641-4718 to register.
  • First time pregnancy? You may be eligible for the Nurse-Family Partnership program, which provides free in-home care before and after your child is born. Learn more.
  • Sign up for Text4Baby to get free health and safety tips delivered directly to your mobile phone. Get answers to common questions about pregnancy, plus encouragement along the way. Texts continue through your baby’s first year. (Texts available in English and Spanish.)
  • Read, talk and sing to your baby now. Emerging research shows that bonding and learning begins even before birth. When you read, talk and sing to your baby during pregnancy, you’re already helping to build your baby’s brain.
  • Need additional services? Dial 2-1-1 from any phone to talk with a representative who can help you get connected. Or search the online resource center sponsored by the United Way of Greater Greensboro and the United Way of Greater High Point.
  • Get support. Sometimes you just need to hear from people who are experiencing the same things that you are. BabyCenter.com offers forums on pregnancy-related topics—from health issues to baby names, bargain hunting to breastfeeding.
  • Consider your childcare options once your baby arrives. It may seem early, but it’s also a good time to start thinking about your options. Learn about the importance of high-quality childcare.
500 W. Friendly Ave. Suite 100 · Greensboro, NC · 27401