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Wayne Resource Guide Pregnancy


Birth & Mother's Milk Mothercare Services
315.462.3394
www.birthandmothersmilk.com
Birth, Postpartum, and Breastfeeding information and support. Emotional, Physical, and informational support before and during birth for women and their partners. Educational, emotional and practical support in the weeks after birth for families. Help for mothers struggling with nursing their babies to gain ability and confidence. Childbirth education available.

NewarkWaynebanner.jpgBirthing & Women's Care Unit at
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital
1200 Driving Park Ave., Newark
315.332.2230
www.newarkwaynecommunityhospital.org

Birthright of Ontario
2008 Ridge Rd., Ontario
315.524.2120
Hotline 800.550.4900
Hotline 24 hours. Pregnancy testing and counseling.

Care Net Pregnancy Center of Wayne County
184 E. Union St., Newark
315.573.7833
www.carenetpregnancycenter.org
Pregnancy testing and counseling.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County
1581 Rt. 88 North, Newark
315.331.8415
www.cce.cornell.edu
Breast feeding support and information group for pregnant moms, new moms and their supportive family and friends. Provides information on mother's health, pregnancy changes, feeding your baby, reasons to breast feed, pumping and storage and starting solid foods. Meet other moms, share your experience and receive postpartum support. Free classes offered. Contact ext. 205 with questions.

La Leche League Support Group
315.548.7980
www.lllrochester.weebly.com
For pregnant and breast feeding women.

March of Dimes
212.353.8353
www.marchofdimes.com
The March of Dimes Mission to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.

Newark-Wayne Community Hospital
1200 Driving Park Ave., Newark
315.332.2022
www.newarkwaynecommunityhospital.org
Prenatal Childbirth Education Classes, presented by the Women.s and Birthing Center; series of five classes. Call 877.922.5465 to register. Free to RGHS patients; all others: $50 charge.

Planned Parenthood
513 W. Union St., Newark
866.600.6886
www.plannedparenthood.org
Our goal is to ensure that every individual has the information, services and freedom to make healthy, responsible decisions about sex, sexuality, and parenthood.

Pregnancy Care Center
551 S. Exchange St., Geneva
315.789.0708
www.imightbepregnant.com
Your needs are important to us. Trained peer-counselors are here to listen to your concerns and questions about pregnancy, abortion, sexually- transmitted infections and diseases (STI/STDs), and related issues. All services are free and confidential.

Rochester General Medical OB/GYN
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital
1200 Driving Park Ave., Newark
315.332.2427
www.newarkwaynecommunityhospital.org

Sodus Community Health
6692 Middle Rd., Suite 2100, Sodus
315.483.1199
A federally qualified community and migrant health center providing comprehensive primary care, including medical, dental, and behavioral health services. Full dental services including access to Eastman Pedodonist via tele-dentistry. Full medical services including: acute care, chronic disease management, women's health, men's health, family planning, preventive services (screenings, immunizations, well child visits, school and work physicals, nutrition education, tele-retinopathy screening), and referrals. Case management/health advocates for migrant and seasonal farmworkers, minority, and underserved populations. Behavioral health services. Medicaid, Family Health Plus, Child Health Plus, Medicare accepted. Sliding fee scale available. Interpreters available.

SPCC Finger Lakes WIC
513 W. Union St., Cannery Row, Newark
(Canandaigua) 585.394.9240
(Newark) 585.394.9240
www.spcc-roch.org
WIC provides healthy foods, nutrition education and breastfeeding support to eligible women, infants, and children less than five years old. WIC foods include fruits, vegetables, bread, rice, tortillas, milk, cheese, cereal, juice, eggs, peanut butter and more. Infant formula is available for those who supplement or choose not to breastfeed. Eligible persons must live in NYS and meet income eligibility guidelines (families enrolled in Medicaid, Food Stamps, TANF, Head Start, or Free/Reduced Price School Lunch are automatically income eligible for WIC). Mon.- Fri. 8am-4:30pm, evenings by appointment.

Head Start - Wayne CAP, Inc.
7190 Ridge Rd. E., Sodus
315.483.2325
www.waynecap.org
Early HeadStart is a program offering services to pregnant women, newborns to 3 years and families. EGG (Encouraging Great Growth) pre-and post-natal childbirth education with speakers to connect with resources.



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