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Early Steps

Children’s Home Society provides Early Steps. Services are given to infants or toddlers. Early Steps is for children who have developmental delays. They will give you activities and educational opportunities to help you guide your child through tough times. Please call or visit the website for more information.

Social Services Program - Leon County Health Department

Leon County Health Department provides a Social Services Program. They provide preventive health services that will help mothers, children and families.

  • Baby Basic Classes
  • Care Coordination
  • Childbirth Education Classes
  • Educating women of childbearing age about health and nutrition during pregnancy
  • Family Planning Waiver Program
  • Home Visiting
  • Identifying and addressing potential health problems early
  • Increasing access to prenatal and infant care
  • Medicaid Eligibility for Pregnant Women

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Alpha Center, Inc.

The Alpha Center provides services at no charge to anyone with a problem stemming from pregnancy. Please call or visit our website for more info.

Services include:

  • Abstinence education in the community
  • Adoption support
  • Bilingual mentors (Spanish)
  • Community referrals and networking – adoption, church, community, educational assistance, housing, legal, medical
  • Men’s ministry
  • Natural family planning education
  • One-on-one mentoring and crisis intervention
  • Parenting classes and support – provide informative video resources and mentoring through our educational incentive program
  • Physician off-site partnership
  • Post-abortion support (Project Rachel)
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Single parent support
  • STD/STI information
  • Supplies – formula, diapers, maternity clothes, baby & toddler clothes, toys, layettes, cribs, strollers, car seats

Anchorage Children's Home - Hannah's Maternity Transitional Living

Hannah’s Maternity Transitional Housing is apartment-based living for homeless teens between 16-22 years old. These teens are pregnant or have given birth to their baby within the last six months. It provides a safe place to live while staff help them develop adequate life skills. This leads to independence and successful parenting. Please call 850.784.1020 or visit the website to learn more.