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COVID 19 Resources:WhatWebsitePhoneContact personwho they servewhat they provideonline Y/NFree Y/NSocial media
accept insurance Y/N
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HEALTH
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CLINICS
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Wesley Community Health Centerlow cost primary carewww.wesleycenterphx.org
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Circle the City/Parsons Family Health Centerhomeless healthcare/couch surfingwww.circlethecity.org602-776-7676
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Phoenix Allies for Community Health (PACH)nonprofit free primary care clinic/sometimes has same day appointmentswww.azpach.org623-455-6470
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INSURANCE
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AHCCCSAHCCCShttps://www.azahcccs.gov/
1(855)HEA-PLUS (1-855-432-7587)
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KidscareAHCCCSwww.azahcccs.gov
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Keogh Health connectionFree enrollment assistance for AHCCCS, Medicaid, KIDSCARE, Marketplace, SNAP, TANFwww.keoghhealth.org602-266-0397
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Pregnancy/Birth/Postpartum/Parenting
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BellibindBellibindinghttps://bellibind.com/3109268678
https://www.instagram.com/bellibind/
Princess
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BIRTH CLASSES
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Aurora Midwifery "Down to Earth" Online Childbirth Class Currently "Pick Your Price!"https://www.auroramidwife.com/online.html
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OUT OF HOSPITAL BIRTH
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Babymoon InnBirth Centerhttps://babymooninn.com/602-314-7755inquiries@babymooninn.comPhoenix / Tucson
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Blossom Birth CenterBirth Centerhttps://www.blossombirthcenter.com/(602) 256-7766blossombirthcenter@gmail.comEast Valley
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Jennifer Hoeprich/ Moxie Midwifery, LLCHome birthwww.moxiemidwife.com480.239.2912azlovingbirth@gmail.comEast Valley
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Birth Nest Birth Center & Home BirthHome birthhttps://azbirthnest.com/623-748-7655
West Valley Birth Center & Home Birth
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Brealin Graham, CPM, LMHome birthhttps://www.facebook.com/midwifebrea/602-309-2728Valleywide
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Freedom & the SeedHome birthhttps://www.freedomandtheseed.com/480-528-1689Valleywide
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Willow Center for Birth and WellnessBirth Center and Home birthhttp://www.willowbirthcenteraz.com/birth/services/homebirth480-565-5990East Valley
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Nurturing Hearts Birth ServicesHome birthhttp://www.azhomebirths.com/(480)215-4061Valleywide
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Laura Corriea Home birthhttp://www.supportingyourbirth.com/480-442-2294Laura@SupportingYourBirth.com.Valleywide
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Jetta AndersonHome birthhttp://www.familyfirstmidwifery.com/Valleywide
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Mary Gibbons LM, CPM & Carol Denny, LM, CPM - Special DeliveryHome birthhttps://phoenixazmidwife.com/meet-the-midwives623-451-4925West Valley & North
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St. Joseph's Maternity Outreach Mobile Unit (MOMobile)prenatal and postpartum visitwww.dignityhealth.org/arizona/locations/stjosephs/services/obstetrics-and-gynecology/momobile602-406-4006
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DOULAS
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Cherry Blossom Doulashttps://cbdoulaservices.com/602-743-1270cbdoulaservices@gmail.com
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Expecting A BlessingDoula, Childbirth Coaching and Educationhttps://expectingablessing.com4803690960
Statewide | Doula Services in central/east valley. I travel the whole state teaching childbirth education and CPR classes.
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Firefly Birth ServicesPregnancy/Birth, Breastfeeding/Infant Feeding, Homebirth Midwifehttps://www.fireflybirthservices.com/480-788-4404info@fireflybirthservices.com4807884404Sarah Kankiewicz
Pregnant momma's and newborn babies
Homebirth Midwife, certified lactation consultant, babywearing educator
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@fireflybirthservices (IG) same name on FB
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BREASTFEEDING
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Arizona Breastfeeding Centervirtual and in person lactation consultationswww.azbreastfeeds.com480-442-8491
jennie@azbreastfeedingcenter.com
Valleywide in person, statewide virtually
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Arizona Breastfeeding Medicine and Wellnesslactation consultationsbfmedaz.com480-508.0861
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Breast for Babyvirtual and in person lactation consultationsbfmedaz.com4802425588trine@breastforbaby.com
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HOME VISITING
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Nurse Family Partnershipprenatal and postpartum free nurse home visitor support for first-time moms, telehealth during covid-19 https://www.nursefamilypartnership.org/first-time-moms/(844) 637-6667NFPreferral@maricopa.gov
First-time moms - must enroll before 28 weeks gestation
Free home visits during pregnancy and until baby turns 24 months old. Nurse home visitor offers support around prenatal health, breasfeeding, infant care, and much more.
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Healthy FamiliesHome Visits beginning during pregnancy and continuing through age 5.https://www.swhd.org/programs/health-and-development/healthy-families/(602) 427-4725Elizabeth Nunez hf@swhd.org
Families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby turns 90 days old.
Child development screenings, mental health screenings, resources, and support for families.
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https://www.facebook.com/SouthwestHumanDevelopment
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NICP--Neonatal Intensive Care Programreferred by NICUhttps://www.swhd.org/programs/health-and-development/newborn-intensive-care/(602) 633-8681
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Parent Partners PlusCentral intake for home visiting programs in Maricopa County. Program models include Early Head Start, Fussy Baby, Healthy Families, Health Start, Nurse-Family Partnership, Parents as Teachers, Side by Side, Smooth Way Home and South Phx Healthy Start.https://www.parentpartnersplus.com/(602) 633-0732
Emily Singleton esingleton@swhd.org Referrals can also be sent to pppintake@swhd.org
Pregnant women and families with children birth to 48 months old in Maricopa County. No income qualification.Can also serve foster parents.
Intake and referral for home visiting programs.
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https://www.facebook.com/ParentPartnersPlus
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PHONE SUPPORT
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Birth to 5 HelplineCall for parenting support 0-5https://www.swhd.org/programs/health-and-development/birth-to-five-helpline/877-705-KIDSAna Arbel helpline@swhd.org
Any parents, caregivers, or professionals working with young children.
Phone support and resources
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Pregnancy Centers
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Choices pregnancy Centerprovide free ultrasounds, low cost prenatal carewww.choicesaz.com
Glendale 623-486-5232; Mesa 480-733-2740; Phoenix 602-368-4922; Tempe 480-306-4612
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First Wayhttp://www.1stway.net/1-800-712-HELP (4357)info@1stway.net
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DIAPERS
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AZCEND Community Resource CentersProvide diapers for those who participate in their parenting programshttps://azcend.org/
Leslie Peralta: leslie@azcend.org, Jennifer Varela: jennifer@azcend.org
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MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCEShttps://www.tempe.gov/government/human-services/care-7/covid-care480350-8004Tempe residents 18 & over
three free counseling sessions from licensed counselors and social workers
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Women's Health InnovationsPerinatal Mental Health Counseling and Support Groups accessible statewide https://www.whiarizona.org/4803397119
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Wooten and AssociatesPerinatal Mental Health Counseling https://www.pppassociates.com/wooten-associates-plc4806308055
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Northstar CounselingPerinatal Mental Health Counselinghttps://northstarwellnessaz.com/4807882898
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Postpartum Support International AZ warmlinephone and online virtual support groups, referral to local resourceshttps://www.postpartum.net/get-help/psi-online-support-meetings/18009444773
pregnant and postpartum mothers
connection with resources for mental health and free online support groups
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AZ Crisis HotlinePhone support for families in crisishttp://www.namiarizona.org/page50/index.html602-222-9444
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SupportGroupsCentralProvides access to online support groups (both free and for cost) for lots of different issues. Parents, Depression, etc are included.supportgroupscentral.comnonesupportgroupscentral.comNationawide
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Connections AZThis is an outpatient/24 hour urgent care mental health clinicwww.connectionsaz.org
Urgent Psychiatric Care 602-416-7600 and The Crisis Response Center 520-301-2400 or Northern AZ 1-877-756-4090 (AZ Crisis Line)
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La Frontera or Empactcrisis care and suicide hotlinewww.lafrontera-empact.org24 hr crisis line 480-784-1500
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Lifelinesuicide crisis supportwww.suicidepreventionlifeline.org1-800-273-8255
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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
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CrysalisHousing, shelter and services for victim of domestic violencehttps://noabuse.org602-944-4999Chrysalis
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Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violencewebsite providing access to hotlines and information about ending sexual and domestic violencewww.azcadv.org
602-279-2980 for a Victim's Specialist M-F 8:30a-5:00p
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National Domestic Violence Hotlinesupport for victims of domestic violence
1-800-799-7233 or TTY 1-800-787-3224
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National Sexual Assault Hotlinesupport for victims of sexual assualt1-800-656-4673
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PEER TO PEER COUNSELING
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City of Tempeself care and exercise resources for familieshttps://www.tempe.gov/government/community-services/family-fun
Activities for Kids/Parents & workouts
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*encourage searching for Videos on social platforms
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FOOD
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Foodbanks open 211.org
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WIC Food and nutrition support for parents with children 0-5https://azdhs.gov/prevention/azwic/1 (800) 252-5942
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SNAP - https://des.az.gov/services/basic-needs/food-assistance/applying-nutrition-assistance/contact-des-regarding-nutritionNutrition Assistancehttps://des.az.gov/services/basic-needs/food-assistance/snap-online-purchasing
1-855-432-7587 or 1-855-HEAplus
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ICM food and clothing bankprovides food and clothing to those in needwww.icmaz.org602-254-7450
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The 3000 Club$10 for 60lbs food boxes with fresh fruits and vegetableswww.the3000club.org
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Produce on Wheels without Waste - POWWOW$12 for 70 lbs of fresh producewww.borderlandsrescue.org
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Arizona Food Pantriesdirectory of Food Banks, Soup Kitchens, and non-profit organizations committed to fighting hunger.https://www.foodpantries.org/st/arizona
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Arizona Food Bank NetworkAAFB's Food Providers Directory, the largest database of emergency food options (food banks, pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and others that distribute emergency food) in Arizonahttp://www.azfoodbanks.org/index.php/foodbank/index
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AZ Health ZoneClickable map of schools serving free grab and go meals to all kids through age 18 during the COVID-19 outbreak.https://www.azhealthzone.org/summerfood/
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AZ Hunger HotlineCall for help with hunger
602-528-3434 or 1-800-445-1914.
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Arizona Department of Education: School Meal SitesComplete list of school meal siteshttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1whTQcN8jk2jtdHwQ3iDTSans8rbiOc1vi5esMBB6gto/edit#gid=0
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Arizona P-EBT Pandemic School Meal Replacement Benefits programFree or reduced-price school meals while schools are out of session due to the COVID-19 pandemichttps://des.az.gov/p-ebt
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The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)Federally funded program that helps supplement the diets of low-income Americans, including elderly people, by providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost.https://des.az.gov/services/basic-needs/food-assistance/emergency-food-assistance
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HOUSING / SHELTERS
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Vista Colina Emergency Family Shelterwww.azhousinginc.org602-870-8778
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Central AZ Shelter Services (CASS)www.cassaz.org602-256-6945
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Housing and Emergency Shelter in AZwww.211arizona.org211
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UMOM-Crisis shelter and support serviceswww.umom.org602-275-7852
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COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE / MISC
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ArizonaTogether.orgunemployment, etc
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Association for Supportive Child Carefinding child carewww.asccaz.org1-800-535-4599
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Fresh Start Women's Foundationwww.freshstartwomen.org602-252-8494
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New LeafDV, housing, financial empowermentwww.turnanewleaf.org
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Child Care Resource and Referralfinding child carewww.azccrr.com1-800-308-9000
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Find Help PhoenixFree Service finder by AZ zipcodewww.findhelpphx.org
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