If you are pregnant or thinking about having a baby, New York City has free and confidential sexual health services and health insurance programs, as well as clinics to help with many pregnancy-related conditions.
The Health Department’s Nurse-Family Partnership can link some first-time mothers to specially trained nurses. These nurses make regular home visits during your pregnancy and the baby’s first two years to help you keep your family healthy. You can join as early in your pregnancy as you like but no later than your 28th week.
Do you have questions about breastfeeding?
The New York City Mother's Guide to Breastfeeding can give you answers.
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