Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies of Broward has been a community leader in providing services to pregnant women, teens and families for more than 20 years. We provide access to prenatal care, education, advocacy and public awareness for all families in Broward County, but most especially for those who are unable to afford private care.
Learn more about the programs by following the links below.
Emergency Basic Needs Assistance Program
Do you need temporary help to feed yourself & your family?
Are you having trouble paying your rent this month?
Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward County/ Emergency Basic Needs Assistance is a Low Income Temporary Assistance for Broward County Families who meet the eligibility income requirements for emergency food, one time partial rental assistance and vouchers for basic needs, such as bus passes, diapers or hygiene supplies. Funded in part by the United Way.
Participants Documentation Requirements:
- Pregnant women, families with children ages 0-21, if still in school
- A valid Driver’s License/ID card or a Broward County utility bill
- Proof of Income (Unemployment, Cash Assistance, SSI, SSA, letter of support from employer, homeless shelter or person supporting the participant)
*Fulfillment of criteria must be met, or application will be postponed and may be declined.
Click below for the Referral Form!
Infant Mortality Outreach and Prevention
|Best for Broward
|Cribs for Kids||Fatherhood
|Forget Me Not||Fetal and Infant
Prenatal Infant Health Programs
|Healthy Families||Teen Collaborative||MOMS|