Get Connected to Free Pregnancy and Infant Support in Indiana

My Healthy Baby is here to connect you to a local family support provider for one-on-one guidance during your pregnancy and after your baby is born. This free service from a caring, supportive professional in your own community will be a great addition to the guidance you might already get from family and friends. Get started below.

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Fill out this simple form or call us so we can connect you to local resources.


Call Center Hours: M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Completing this form gives My Healthy Baby permission to call you about free services. You can revoke this permission at any time by calling 844-624-6667.

At no cost to you, a family support provider can…

  • Home iconMeet regularly with you in a place that’s comfortable for you – at home or a public space
  • Questions iconAnswer your questions about pregnancy and baby care
  • Resources iconHelp with access to resources and free baby products

Hear from other expecting mothers:

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  • The kindness of my instructor made a huge impact on me – I loved having someone's love and support towards me raising my baby! She helped me understand why my kiddos act the way they do, and better ways to problem-solve with them. Mavis, Evansville

  • This was the best way to learn and gain confidence in raising a many lessons on how to teach and bond with your child. Mom of multiple children, age 28

  • Every visit has been pleasant and informative. The resources are endless. The staff is passionate and committed – like an extended support community. Joann, first-time mom

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Frequently Asked Questions

How will I be contacted?

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Once you fill out the form above, you will receive a phone call from the Indiana Department of Health. If you miss our call, we will leave a voicemail. Please return the call as soon as you can so we can get you connected to your free, local family support provider. We are open 8:30 a.m – 5:00 p.m. EST daily and calls typically take 20-30 minutes.

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How will My Healthy Baby connect me to a local family support provider?

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My Healthy Baby wants you to have a trusted, personalized experience with your provider. We have a list of all the Indiana organizations that provide prenatal and infant support. Based on your needs, we will connect you to the best agency in your community. Once we refer you to that agency, they will contact you to set up your first appointment. Be sure to take their call!

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What kind of local support will I receive?

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We know that the support one mom needs may be very different from other moms. Through one-on-one meetings with you, your family support provider will be able to listen, learn, and customize the best support for you that meets your circumstances and needs.

Your local support could consist of:

  • Answers to your questions about pregnancy and baby care
  • Connections to services and resources such as food and housing, transportation, child care
  • Access to free baby items such as cribs, diapers, car seats and more

Your customized plan is just a click away! Get connected today by clicking the button below or give us a call.

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What happens during a visit with a family support provider?

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Visits usually last about an hour and can take place in your home or at a public place like a park, restaurant or library. While COVID is impacting our communities, your provider may be able to meet with you virtually (a phone or laptop video conference). At your first visit, you and your family support provider will get to know each other as you talk about how you feel about your pregnancy. Together, you will decide the topics to cover at your visits.

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How long can I expect to receive support?

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It’s best to get connected as soon as you find out you’re pregnant so you can receive the fullest range of support. Your family support provider meets with you throughout your pregnancy and after your baby is born unless you choose to opt out earlier. Staying in the program can help you feel confident as your baby grows and changes. The program is completely voluntary.

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Is there really no cost?

That’s right! My Healthy Baby connects you to a local organization at no cost. And there is no cost for your family support provider to meet with you and for you to receive helpful resources.

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Why should I participate?

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There are many things you can do during your pregnancy and baby’s first year for a great start. You will learn tips for helping both yourself and your baby. As an Indiana family, you deserve to have positive pregnancy and infant experiences. Women across the state say their family support providers have helped them navigate pregnancy and beyond, in a way that is informative, supportive and respectful.

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How do I know if I qualify?

The phone representative from My Healthy Baby will be able to help you determine if you qualify for the program based on your county of residence. Only Indiana residents can qualify for this program.

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If I'm covered by Medicaid, will this impact my coverage?

No, not at all. Just like My Healthy Baby, Medicaid wants your baby to have access to the best local family support available. That’s why working with My Healthy Baby will not affect your Medicaid coverage in any way.

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Just 3 Steps to Get Connected

Step 1
Fill out the short form above.
Step 2
Take a call from the Indiana Department of Health or call us back if you get our voicemail.
Step 3
Connect with your local provider and start meeting with them.

* Only Indiana residents can qualify for this program.