Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC) is a program for pregnant women and their families. This program can include visits by a Public Health Nurse who can help to coordinate the services needed for a healthy pregnancy. The program aims to connect pregnant women with area resources and needed services in their community. Basic pregnancy education with the goal of having a healthy baby and family is also provided.
Public Health Nurses can help clients in this program with the following:
- Get information on pregnancy education (labor and delivery, infant safety, etc.) classes at their local health care facility. Help to get them signed up for these classes.
- Assistance in applying for Head Start.
- Assistance in applying for WIC.
- Education can be provided on Fetal Development, Tobacco Exposure, Alcohol Use, Breastfeeding, Safe Infant Sleep Practices, Perinatal Depression and more.
- Get information on local resources.
FOR PREGNANT WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES
If you are a pregnant woman interested in this program, please contact Public Health at 715-395-1304 for more information or to schedule visits.
If you would like to make a referral for a client, please fill out the following referral form and fax to Public Health at 715-395-1434.
- Prenatal Care Coordination Referral Form