NC COVID Moms Helpline

— Written By Pregnant woman

Did you know that nearly one million mothers will give birth in the U.S. within the next three months? Maternal health here in the U.S. has been affected tremendously by the COVID-19 global pandemic. Pregnant and postpartum women are faced with doubt and an ever-changing range of challenges such as limited access to primary care facilities along with increased concern over the hospital and clinic visitations. Mental health is also impacted by loneliness and ambiguity. 

To combat these feelings of uncertainty, Jacaranda Health has created a COVID Moms Helpline that provides free remote text assistance to North Carolina mothers as they maneuver their pregnancy and postpartum cycles through the COVID-19 pandemic. Their mission is to support mothers and their families during this unpredictable time by giving them quick access to information and services they need to have a healthy pregnancy.

For more information about the COVID Moms Helpline and Jacaranda Health, visit covid19mom.orgHere you will find the COVID Moms Helpline number, instructions on how to use the system, and answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs).