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Moms Plus program

Provides a variety of services for a diverse population of pregnant and parenting women who have low incomes.
The focus of service is to improve health care access for women and their families by encouraging prenatal care, substance abuse treatment, stable housing and reduction in the risk of infant death.

Download a brochure or click on the options below to learn about the program:

How Public Health is reaching out to low-income, pregnant women with the MOMs Plus program.

  • Asthma outreach
  • Home visits
  • Perinatal outreach and infant mortality prevention
  • Jail health collaboration
  • Maternity Case Management/Maternity Support Services
  • Mobile WIC
  • Nutrition services
  • OB services screening
  • Social worker
  • Women, Infants and Children Nutrition Program (WIC)
  • AIDS services
  • Tuberculosis clinic
  • Child Care Health Program
  • Crisis Clinic
  • Chemical abuse and dependency services
  • Country Doctor Community Health Center

This program provides community outreach, resources, advocacy and support to a diverse population of low income pregnant and parenting women and their families who are in need of quality health care and social services. Assistance to pregnant women to establish prenatal care.

  • Community resources for homeless women
  • Assistance in accessing drug/alcohol treatment
  • Education and counseling to reduce and prevent infant mortality
  • Provides problem solving, life skills counseling and intervention
  • Nutrition education, referrals and checks for specific foods to pregnant and parenting women, infants and children at treatment sites
  • Nutrition counseling at treatment sites for pregnant/ early post partum women as part of Maternity Support
  • Provides some home delivery of WIC/MSS to pregnant/parenting women in treatment or planning to enter treatment soon

Support services for pregnant, substance using women from pregnancy through one year post partum.

Case management by professionals including Public Health Nurses and Social Workers

  • Coordination of high risk care, including prenatal, dental and pediatric care
  • Information about growth, development and health
  • Provides childbirth education
  • Parenting information about drug exposed infants and children

Coordination of treatment services

  • Referrals to the King County Assessment Center
  • Provides facilitation of entry into inpatient and outpatient treatment
  • Assists with discharge planning and referrals to clean and sober housing
  • Referral to community resources

Referrals to mental health counseling

  • Referrals to sexual abuse/domestic violence groups
  • Arranges transportation
  • Referrals to parenting classes
  • Provides WIC and nutritional counseling

Legal advocacy

  • Jail outreach and coordination
  • Referrals to treatment and legal support services

MOMs Plus
2124 4th Ave, Suite 300
Seattle WA 98121
Phone: 206-477-8300
Fax: 206-296-7484

Kids Plus Program

Kids Plus program

Kids Plus is a multidisciplinary team of nurses and social workers, ad-dressing the health and social needs of children and families experiencing homelessness. We specialize in medical case management, yet we are able to address a host of needs that impact the health and wellbeing of children.

Download a brochure or click on the options below to learn about the program:

  • Outreach to families living on the street or in shelters
  • Health care support and care coordination
  • Mental health and counseling referrals
  • Chemical dependency support
  • School and childcare access
  • Social and emotional support
  • Parenting support
  • Assistance with basic needs
  • Families who are homeless on the street, in shelter, doubled up, or in transitional housing.
  • Living in King County.
  • Priority for ongoing case manage-ment is given to children ages 6 and younger, with medical, devel-opmental, or behavioral needs, or whose parents have medical, men-tal health, or chemical dependency issues that impacts their ability to care for their child.

Our nurses and social work staff understand the challenges of addressing health needs while living homeless. Kids Plus staff can help with:

  • Chronic disease management
  • Developmental screenings and referrals
  • Referral and linkage to:
    • Primary and specialty care
    • Chemical dependency
    • Mental health
  • Coordination of care

Kids Plus does not represent a specific housing program, we can help to direct clients to appropriate shelters and housing programs.

We work on the issues that are important to our clients. We also understand the stress and emotional toll homelessness can have on families and children.

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