Maternal and Family Child Health Services
The Jackson County Maternal Child Health Program is dedicated to providing services to pregnant women and teens, young children and their families through home visiting programs. A healthy future begins with maternal and child health. Home visiting is a prevention strategy used to support pregnant moms and new parents to promote infant and child health, foster educational development and school readiness, and help prevent child abuse and neglect. visits focus on linking pregnant women with prenatal care, promoting strong parent-child attachment, and coaching parents on learning activities that foster their child’s development and supporting parents’ role as their child’s first and most important teacher. Home visitors also conduct regular screenings to help parents identify possible health and developmental issues.
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People can self-refer into the programs or Medical Providers and Community Agencies can refer clients who are interested in participating.
How to Receive Services from Maternal and Family Child Health
- To receive services from Maternal Child and Family Health, complete our online referral form.
- If you would prefer to print and fax a form, download the form(s) below.
- If you require any assistance in filling out this form or you have any other questions regarding our services, please call 541-774-8218 and leave a detailed message or email HOME_VISITING_MCH@jacksoncountyor.gov
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