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, 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


The Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) promotes the health of women and newborns.

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