The Maternal Child Health program provides services to pregnant women, post partum women, infants, children under the age of 5 and their families.
Free pregnancy tests and condoms.
Prenatal Care Coordination - BadgerCare benefit, one-on-one nurse support.
Mom and Baby
Free postpartum home visits - baby weight checks, breastfeeding support, and more.
Free to first time parents whose child age 0-3 is on BadgerCare.
Home visits - promoting development, play, discipline, literacy, safety, and more.
Phone calls and/or home visits by our Certified Lactation Counselors for assistance and support.
For information on how to receive these services:
Contact Laura Berndt:
Maternal and Child Health Hotline
Call 24 hours/day, 7 days/week at 1-800-722-2295
Click here to chat online Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm
SPROUT Resource Guide
Click here for numbers to call and websites to browse for information related to raising young children. Resources in this guide include libraries, parks and recreation, and health topics. For Spanish version, Click Here
Breastfeeding Resource Guide
Click here to find out more about breastfeeding resources in the county.
What if I can't afford to get medical care for myself or my children?
If you need help paying for health care for you and your children, Wisconsin’s BadgerCare+ Program may be able to help. BadgerCare+ is part of the Medical Assistance program (Medicaid). It pays for medical care for pregnant women, babies, and children. It covers most babies until they are one year of age, even if the family’s income goes up. Families with health insurance may apply. If you are under-insured and/ or you don’t have health coverage for prenatal care services or the birth of the baby, you may be eligible for BadgerCare+. Eligibility is based on your family’s gross (before taxes) income. This includes income from all sources. There is no asset test. Families with higher incomes may qualify if they have child care, work-related, or medical expenses. Apply for PE online Wisconsin or Moraine Lake Consortium at 1-888-446-1239.
Family Planning Waiver
This program provides contraceptive (birth control) and related reproductive health care services to eligible women from the age of 15 through 44. Eligibility is based on income.
The service includes:
• Routine reproductive health exams and tests
• Pregnancy testing and counseling
• Emergency contraception
• Education and information, including Natural Family Planning
Any Medicaid-certified provider can offer the Family Planning Waiver Program services. Apply online Wisconsin.
Location at City/County Government Center on the 3rd floor
Office Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday except legal holidays)
Email: Click here