Pregnancy & Family Planning
Congratulations! Being pregnant is a brand-new stage of your life and it’s normal to have questions. But, no worries — CareSource is here to help you every step of the way.
Healthy Mom, Healthy Baby
Having a healthy baby starts even before you’re pregnant. Whether you are planning to become pregnant soon or not, it’s important that you take care of yourself now. Once you are pregnant, seeing a doctor as soon as possible will help keep you and your baby healthy.
Plan to Breastfeed?
We want you to have the tools you need for breastfeeding when your baby is born. You can get a breast pump through Ameda Direct or Aeroflow at no cost to you.
- Aeroflow: 1-844-867-9890 or https://aeroflowbreastpumps.com/.
- Ameda Direct: 1-877-791-0064 or https://insured.amedadirect.com.
Online Prenatal Education Classes
The Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia has an online community called Pickles and Ice Cream Georgia. They host a free, 90 minute online prenatal course for any child-bearing person who is currently pregnant or has given birth within the past 6 months. Learn about pregnancy, baby care, WIC and everything else you need for a happy, healthy pregnancy. You can even earn up to $20 in gift cards for taking part in these classes! Go to picklesandicecreamga.org/events/ to sign up and learn more.
Whether you are expecting your first child or your third, many questions may run through your mind before and after your baby is born. Text4Baby can help answer these questions and more. When you sign up, you will get up to three text messages a week with health and safety tips throughout your pregnancy and until your baby is one year old. Visit text4baby.org to sign up and learn more.
- 9 Early Signs of Pregnancy Before a Missed Period
- Staying Healthy During Pregnancy
- Having a Healthy Pregnancy for Teens
- Diabetes and Pregnancy
- Breastfeeding- All about breastfeeding
- Prenatal Booklet #1
- Prenatal Booklet #2
- Prenatal Booklet #3
Member Services: 1-855-202-0729 (TTY: 1-800-255-0056 or 711), Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.