You’ve likely heard about the Affordable Care Act and may be wondering what options are available for you, especially if you’re pregnant. Begin your search at finder.healthcare.gov, an insurance and coverage tool that will connect you to private, public and community programs that could meet your needs.If you’re pregnant and low income, all states must provide coverage for your care if your income is $20,000 or less; some states have higher income limits.
If you’ve just given birth, the new care act provides coverage for support, supplies and education that will help you breastfeed your baby—including the costs of a breast pump. Learn more by using the insurance coverage finder at Medicaid.gov
Champions for Change: You’re Invited! Become a champion for change in maternal health--attend the Champion for Change 2018 Summit.
Gain a Breast Pump & Supplies under the ACA Breast pumps are available for many expectant moms under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) through mom's health insurance company. Here's how to ask about what benefits may be available to you.
PregSource Asks Pregnant Moms to Share Pregnancy Experiences PregSource is a "crowd-sourcing" website where pregnant women share their experiences with researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). You're invited to participate!
Avoid these foods and eating habits during pregnancy What to eat, and what to avoid, during pregnancy. These lists will ensure you know just what you need during pregnancy.