Company Phone Number
336-274-5437
  • Breastfeeding? Get support if you need it. 

    Breast milk helps babies fight disease, prevents obesity, and helps babies’ brains develop. It can also help you lose pregnancy weight faster and lower your risk of cancer. It’s not always easy, but you can get support from other local mothers who are nursing. The Affordable Care Act also requires health insurance companies to cover the cost of a lactation consultant and breastfeeding supplies—get details here.

  • Get connected with Parents as Teachers (free resource!).

    You are your baby’s first and best teacher. This program provides free one-on-one support from a trained Parent Educator who will visit your home or meet with you elsewhere. You can also get connected with a group—another way to meet new parents. Call 336-691-0024 or visit the website.

  • Help your baby develop healthy sleep patterns.

    Helping your baby learn how to sleep is important—for both to you! Check out these tips.

  • Looking for childcare?

    We have lots of resources to help you make the right choice for your situation. Learn more about your options and how to choose high-quality care.

  • Check with the experts about development milestones.  

    These development guidelines help when you have questions about whether your child’s growth is on track. Talk with your baby’s doctor about any concerns.

  • Need to get connected to other resources in Guilford County?

    Call 2-1-1 from any phone or visit the online resource center.

  • Visit the public library.

    Libraries in Greensboro, High Point, and Jamestown have a lot to offer, including programs just for babies and their parents. Encourage reading, have some fun and meet other parents.

  • Join or start a playgroup.

    Several local playgroups are already formed and are looking for new members.

500 W. Friendly Ave. Suite 100 · Greensboro, NC · 27401