Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC)

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Helping You Grow a Healthy Family

What is Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC)?

Prenatal care coordination is a FREE benefit through Wisconsin Medicaid (BadgerCare) that helps pregnant women get the support and services they need to have a healthy baby. Public Health Nurses can meet with you in the WIC office, at school or in your home. All information is kept confidential.

 Pregnant mom

What questions can the nurse answer?

  • What will labor and delivery be like?
  • Should I breastfeed my baby?
  • How do I apply for WIC?
  • Are there any community services that can help me?
  • Is my car seat installed correctly?
  • Are vaccines safe?
  • Where can I get help to quit smoking?
  • And more...

 

What services are included?

  • Assistance getting the health care you need
  • Personal support
  • Help to locate child care 
  • Healthy diet information
  • Childbirth and breastfeeding support
  • Assistance with transportationMom with toddler
  • Information and help finding needed services in your community
  • Information on health insurance during pregnancy
  • Car seat information and inspection
  • Information about how to quit smoking
  • Reproductive education to promote healthy birth spacing
  • Dealing with family or emotional problems
  • Coping with alcohol or other drug abuse
  • Dealing with other problems that are bothering you

 

How do I sign up?

Call Outagamie County Public Health Division at
(920) 832-5100

 

 

 

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