It’s important that all pregnant women can find the support they need to keep themselves and their babies safe. The health of a baby at birth can affect their wellbeing throughout the rest of their lives. Find out all our resources to improve baby health for all DC women.
Count The Kicks
Count the Kicks is an evidence-based public health campaign saving babies across the U.S. by educating and empowering expectant mothers to get to know their babiesLearn More
Children's Medical at the ARC
Find health services and a dedicated pediatrician for your newborn child, conveniently located in Ward 8.Learn More
All babies should be screened at birth for metabolic and hearing problems, and screenings are quick and easy.Learn More
Safe Sleep Programs
Making sure that your baby sleeps in the right environment is one of the most important things you can do.Learn More
What to expect
Congratulations, and welcome to your pregnancy! From what to expect each week to how to prepare for labor and beyond, here’s the info you need.Learn More
Do you have a maternal or infant health resource for families or providers in Washington, DC? Share it with us! An important part of the Maternal and Infant Health Initiative is ensuring that DC residents have access to the resources and support they need.