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Health Services for Pregnant Women

Lutheran Social Services (LSS) 211 Central Ohio

Faith-based organization providing a wide range of services across Ohio. Services include Faith Mission homeless shelter, food, health care, affordable senior living and domestic violence help. Visit the website for detailed program information and to find an office near you. The United Way/LSS 211 Information and Referral network can connect you to other social services across Franklin County.

lssnetworkofhope.org

Baby & Me Tobacco Free Program at Columbus Public Health

Free Smoking/Vaping Cessation program for pregnant mothers. Pregnant moms must be less than 36 weeks gestation to enroll. Attend four prenatal sessions and six post-partum sessions. Earn up to $400 in gift cards for diapers and baby wipes by staying smoke/vape-free. A household partner may also enroll if smoking/vaping and will also receive gift card incentives for staying smoke/vape-free. Call for details.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-2135
columbus.gov/publichealth/programs/Womens-Health-Family-Planning/Baby-and-Me-Tobacco-Free

Celebrate One / Baby Bump & Beyond

Provides free information and support for pregnant / parenting women and teens, including help finding a doctor, free pregnancy tests, home visiting, and support groups. Baby Bump & Beyond connects families to support and resources through every stage of growth–for children, caregivers, and the entire family. Call for help with setting up the first prenatal visit and referrals to other resources.
1111 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 570-3592 or (614) 656-3322
new.columbus.gov/government/mayors-office/initiatives/celebrateone
Community resource map: healthcare-access-columbus.opendata.arcgis.com

Columbus Public Health (CPH) Resource Lists

These neighborhood resource lists are extremely helpful in finding resources near you. They provide detailed listings of free and low cost health care, vision care, dental care, prescription help, food pantries, transportation, job help, transportation, pregnancy resources and much more. They are updated frequently and reviewed by the Columbus Public Health social work team. Please note that CPH does not provide direct monetary assistance, but these lists are helpful in finding community agencies that do provide this assistance.

240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-7417
Columbus Public Health Neighborhood Social Work Helpline: (614) 645-6807
https://new.columbus.gov/Services/Public-Health

Columbus Public Health (CPH) Women’s Health Family Planning Center

Provides pregnancy care, pregnancy testing, gynecological exams, birth control, STD treatment and well-women’s health care. They offer a sliding scale fee for those without insurance, and many insurances are accepted. Services are appointment or walk-in, and interpreters are available.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-1850 or Spanish (614) 645-5907
new.columbus.gov/services/public-health/find-healthcare-resources/womens-health-family-planning

Lower Lights Christian Health Center (LLCHC)

Program: Non-profit offering a wide range of services for the entire family including; comprehensive primary care, OB/GYN, dental, vision, behavioral health, pharmacy (prescriptions are available at reduced cost), nutrition and spiritual care.
Eligibility: Infants, children and adults
Cost: Government insurance (Medicaid, Medicare), private insurance, sliding fee scale for those without insurance

  • Lower Lights Health Center
    1160 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222
  • Lower Lights German Village
    1560 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43207
  • Lower Lights Linden
    2028 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
  • Lower Lights Franklinton Central
    777 West State Street, Columbus, OH 43222
  • Lower Lights Westerville
    6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, Ohio 43081
  • Lower Lights Unionstar
    773 Walnut Street, Marysville, Ohio 43040
  • Lower Lights Newark
    69 South Terrace Avenue, Newark, Ohio 43055
  • Community Refugee and Immigration Services
    4645 Executive Drive, Columbus, OH 43220

(614) 274-1455
llchc.org

Mount Carmel Healthy Living Center

Community health and wellness center providing free holistic health and wellness programs for everyone, empowering individuals to embrace long-term health behavior changes in a safe, inclusive space. Programs include cooking and nutrition, community meetings, diabetes prevention, exercise classes, wellness and stress management, financial education, healthy babies, and mom support groups. Go online to find healthy recipes, program descriptions, and to register for a program.
(614) 234-4660
777 West State Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222
mountcarmelhealth.com/about-us/community-benefit/outreach-programs/healthy-living-center

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Teen Pregnancy Program (TaP)

Offers prenatal and postpartum care for pregnant women up to the age of 21 and 6 months. A multi-disciplinary team works to support safe infant care, birth control options, positive parenting and school/family balance. Parental consent required at first visit for patients under the age of 18. The Centering Pregnancy program provides group care, education, and an opportunity for young moms to meet.

Teen & Pregnant Program- Livingston Ambulatory Center
380 Butterfly Gardens Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 355-6350
Centering Pregnancy: (614) 722-6200
nationwidechildrens.org/teen-and-pregnant

Ohio Medicaid Healthy Start & Healthy Families Consumer Hotline

Provides free and low-cost health care coverage to families, children (birth through age 20) and pregnant women. Coverage includes doctor visits, hospital care, pregnancy services, vision, dental and mental health services. Go online for exact income guidelines.

  • Healthy Start includes Medicaid and CHIP programs. The income-based Medicaid program is available to children (up to age 19) and pregnant women.
  • Healthy Families is an income-based Medicaid program available to families with children (younger than age 19).

50 West Town Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Medicaid Consumer Hotline: (800) 324-8680
medicaid.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/medicaid/families-and-individuals/citizen-programs-and-initiatives/children-families-and-women

Ohio Tobacco Quit Line

Free telephone counseling available to all Ohio residents interested in quitting smoking or the use of other tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes. Participants can choose from phone and/or online programs; and may be eligible for 2 or more weeks of free nicotine gum, patches, or medication. Their website also has health information, resources for quitting, and how to be a supportive family member or friend to someone quitting.
Quit Line: (800) 784-8669
ohio.quitlogix.org

OhioHealth Wellness on Wheels (WOW): Women’s Health & Prenatal Care

The OhioHealth WOW mobile unit offers mobile healthcare to deliver primary care, women’s health services, and prenatal services regardless of your ability to pay. Services include annual physicals, immunizations, adult sick visits, chronic condition management, ultrasounds, reproductive care and birth control, lab testing, interpretive services, and more.

  • Hilltop YMCA
    2879 Valleyview Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43204
  • Linden Opportunity Center
    1350 Briarwood Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
  • Van Buren Shelter
    595 Van Buren Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43223
  • Women’s Health Locations
    • Directions for Youth: 3840 Kimberly Parkway, Columbus, Ohio 43232
    • East High School: 1500 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    • 3830 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio 43214
    • Linden Opportunity Center (see above)
    • Northland High School: 1919 Northcliff Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    • South High School: 1160 Ann Street, Columbus, Ohio 43206
    • Van Buren Shelter (see above)
    • Walnut Ridge High School: 4841 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43227

(614) 566-9989
ohiohealth.com/in-the-community/our-programs/wellness-on-wheels

Planned Parenthood

Provides low-cost sexual health care, including; reproductive healthcare, birth control and emergency contraception, HIV/STD testing, care for LGBTQ teens, pregnancy testing, abortion care, and more. Browse their website for helpful information on these topics and more. They accept patients with and without insurance, and in-person or telehealth services. Call or Book online to schedule an appointment.

  • North Columbus Health Center:
    18 East Seventeenth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
    (614) 222-3604
  • Franklinton Health Center:
    1511 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222
    (614) 222-3525
  • East Columbus Surgical Center:
    3255 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43213
    (614) 222- 3531
  • Springfield Health Center:
    1061 North Bechtle Avenue, Springfield, Ohio 45504
    (937) 325-7349
  • Mansfield Health Center:
    384 Park Avenue West, Mansfield, Ohio 44906
    (419) 525-3075

plannedparenthood.org

PrimaryOne Health

Provide a wide range of healthcare services for children, adults, and families at many locations in Central Ohio. Services include women’s health and reproductive care, adult services, pediatrics, behavioral health, pharmacy, dental, vision, STI/HIV services, behavioral health, and more. Uninsured patients may pay for services based on a sliding scale based on income and family size. They accept most health insurances, including Medicaid, and offer insurance help from Certified Application Counselors.

  • School-Based Centers
    • Groveport Madison Service Center: 4400 Marketing Place, Groveport, OH 43125
    • Columbus International High School: 4079 Karl Road Columbus, OH 43224
  • Centering Pregnancy Program
    Provides free prenatal care in a group setting with interactive learning, peer support, and food. Available in English, Spanish, and Somali.
    (614) 715- 2983
    primaryonehealth.org/centeringpregnancy
  • Healthcare for the Homeless
    Provides direct access to a variety of healthcare services at many locations, including; YMCA of Central Ohio, Huckleberry House, The Community Shelter Board, Volunteers of America, and more.
    (614) 645-0521
    primaryonehealth.org/services/health-care-for-the-homeless

Main Phone Line: (614) 645-5500
Scheduling Assistance: (614) 586- 4310
Certified Application Counselor: (614) 620-8088
primaryonehealth.org
Additional Contact Information: primaryonehealth.org/locations

Step One

Run by Physicians Care Connection, Step One connects pregnant women with affordable prenatal care and resources for a healthy pregnancy. The goal of Step One is to connect pregnant women with health services early in their pregnancy so that they deliver a healthy full-term baby, detect any potential health concerns, learn about nutrition and breastfeeding and receive help accessing community resources.
1390 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 721-0009 or (614) 914-4596
pcchealth.org/stepone

Stowe Mission of Central Ohio

A faith-based, non-profit organization that provides various services including a food pantry, free hot lunches, dental clinic, and vision clinic. Their after school program includes academic, spiritual, and emotional support for K-6 students. Transportation is provided from five local schools, but kids from any school district are welcome. They also offer scholarships for graduating seniors at South High School to pursue college or vocational training. The Stowe Pregnancy Resource Center offers free ultrasounds, pregnancy tests, and consultation.
888 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43206
(614) 445-8400
stowemission.org

Stowe Pregnancy Resource Center:
(614) 620-7286
stoweprc.org


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