Capital Area Healthy Start Coalition has been assigned Registration number CH4180 by the Florida Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-
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The goal of Capital Area Healthy Start is to reduce infant mortality, reduce the number of low birth weight babies, and improve health and development outcomes.
Healthy Start does what ever is needed to assure a stable environment is in place before the baby arrives. Home visitors work with the family until the baby turns three.
MomCare is a special program to assist pregnant women who have been approved for Medicaid.
MomCare services are free to Medicaid-
S.T.R.O.N.G.E.R. (Sisters who Trust, Respect and take every Opportunity to be Nice, Graceful, Encouraging, and Responsible) is a program for elementary and middle school girls which helps them take a more active interest in their health.
Another goal is to promote positive character, increased self-
Healthy Start provides services and support needed by pregnant women to have a healthy baby today. Every woman who receives a positive pregnancy test from her health care provider is offered a Healthy Start Risk Screen. If the screen shows a risk, a Healthy Start Home Visitor is assigned and offers help.
Home Visitors work individually with moms to determine the right support and services to assure a healthy pregnancy, healthy birth, and healthy baby.
|For Teens and Kids|
|Prenatal Care Providers|
|FIMR Home Interview|
|Walk to Remember|
|How to Donate|
|How Giving Helps|
|Death Rate Decline|
|Healthy Babies Forum|
|Board of Directors|