Supportive Pregnancy Care
Pregnancy is an exciting time. But it can also be challenging, especially if you’re a first-time mom. When you join Crossroad’s Supportive Pregnancy Care program at our Western Hills site, you can build a friendly and understanding community with other expectant mothers. The program brings together a small group of pregnant women with similar due dates for prenatal care with a qualified Crossroad facilitator. During the group sessions, you will prepare for your birth experience and receive practical, hands-on information about how to care for yourself and your baby.
Get Rewarded When You Join Our Supportive Pregnancy Care Group
When you join the Supportive Pregnancy Care program, you can build a friendly and understanding community with other expectant
mothers. You can learn how to best care for yourself and your baby. And you can enjoy these great benefits!
- 1st group visit – receive a $25 gift card
- Every 3 visits – receive a $10 gift card (total of 3)
- Complete all prenatal visits – receive a Pack 'N' Play
- Postpartum visit – receive a gift basket with self-care and baby items
Why Join Our Supportive Pregnancy Care Group?
Whether this is your first baby or you’re an experienced mom, group prenatal care can help you feel confident and supported throughout your pregnancy. Our Supportive Pregnancy Care program:
- Makes a premature birth less likely
- Helps your baby be as healthy as possible
- Helps you breastfeed longer
- Better prepares you for your baby’s birth
- Eases any prenatal stress and tension
- Provides social support within your group
Enrolling in Supportive Pregnancy Care means you’re taking positive steps to support the health and wellness of you and your baby!
Call 513-922-4271 to enroll or find out more.
Crossroad Health Center – Western Hills
2170 Anderson Ferry Road
Cincinnati, OH 45238
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