Available Services and Supplies During COVID-19
Local organizations are working together to make sure
pregnant women and their children have the supplies they need during the
COVID-19 Pandemic. Please know we are here for you. We have information to help
you find what you need. If you just need to talk, someone is ready to listen.
We will get through this together.
During uncertain times like this, some parents may be
tempted to stretch their baby’s formula by watering it down or waiting longer
between feedings. This is not safe for your baby. Please reach out to
one of these organizations if you need help getting more formula.
Supplies including Diapers
supplies may be difficult to find or afford in stores right now. It is
important to continue regular hygiene and diaper-changing routines during
this time. If your supplies are running low, you can ask these organizations
Social distancing is necessary for community health, but it
can be very lonely, especially if you are pregnant or think you might be. If
you need advice or want to talk about concerns – safe, secure, confidential
help is available.
- A Hope
Center (map): Call 260-422-3544; or text 224-585-3544
- Women’s Care
Center: Call 260-203-5476 or 260-483-8918, or text
Wondering if you might be pregnant? If you need to take a
test to be sure, these organizations provide testing services. Reach out for
help as you start your journey. Call one of the following locations or visit
their website for more information and to check for current hours of operation.
Need to see a doctor?
If you are pregnant but scared to go to the doctor’s office
because of COVID-19, there are still services available for you. Call one
of the following locations or visit their website for more information and to
check for current hours of operation.
Health PPG: Call 877-774-8632; or visit www.parkview.com
- Dupont Hospital: Call 260-416-3042; or visit www.theduponthospital.com
Health Clinic (map): Call 260-458-2641; or visit www.nhci.org
you need WIC food assistance?
If you have questions about breastfeeding, buying
formula, or feeding your infant, WIC has a 24- hour hotline.
To reach the Parent Resource Center: Call
If you need help buying food and formula, there are options
The WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) nutritional program
offers food assistance to:
- Pregnant women
- Postpartum women
- Children up to
If any of these fit you and your children, you may
qualify for help with food and formula. The WIC office is taking
applications and helping with benefits over the phone only right now.
To learn more, to apply, or if you have questions about
current benefits, call 260-458-2641.
This list of resources is brought to you by the Prenatal and Infant Care
[A Hope Center] [Dr.
Lora Overton, DO] [Healthier Moms and
[Lutheran Health Network] [Lutheran Social Services of Indiana] [McMillen
[Parkview Health] [The
St. Joseph Community Health Foundation] [Women’s