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Pregnancy-Related Support Services

Home Visiting Services

Home visiting services provide support to pregnant women during pregnancy and childbirth, as well as support for parents and children during the postpartum period and up to two or three years of age. Home visiting services include prenatal home visits, postpartum home visits, and infant home visits. You also have access to Doula support services!

Home Visiting Services providers interested in contracting with Maryland Physicians Care please contact us at For more information regarding the program details please visit MDH’s program website.

Participating Providers

Allegany County

Healthy Families America (HFA)
Address of Program – 12501 Willowbrook Rd, P.O. Box 1745, Cumberland, MD 21502
Phone: 301-759-5079

Charles County

Healthy Families Southern Maryland, a program of the Center for Children
6100 Radio Station Rd, PO Box 2924
La Plata, MD 20646
Phone: 301-609-9887
Request to Contact Form

Garrett County

Healthy Families Garrett County
1025 Memorial Drive, Oakland, MD 21550
Phone: 301-334-7720 or 301-895-3111
Email: or
Referral Form

Harford County

Healthy Families Harford County
Phone: 410-612-1779
Fax: 410-612-9181
Referral Form
Program Information

Montgomery County

Healthy Families Montgomery
640 E. Diamond Ave, Suite D, Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Phone: 301-840-3233

St. Mary’s County

Healthy Families Southern Maryland, a program of the Center for Children
6100 Radio Station Rd, PO Box 2924
La Plata, MD 20646
Phone: 301-609-9887
Request to Contact Form

Washington County

Healthy Families Washington County
1302 Pennsylvania Ave., Hagerstown, MD 21742
Phone: 240-313-3270
Email: (general inbox) and (program manager)
Referral Form: Healthy Families Washington County Referral Form

Wicomico County

Under Contract Review

Doula Support

Doulas provide three kinds of services: prenatal visits, attendance at labor and delivery, and postpartum visits. The perinatal visits are often in the birthing parent’s home. In these visits, the doula and birthing parent discuss such topics as:

  • Anatomy of labor and birth,
  • Common medical birth procedures,
  • Common comfort measures during labor and birth,
  • Mental wellness and self-care,
  • Communication skills and self-advocacy during labor and delivery,
  • Breastfeeding benefits and techniques,
  • Community resources, and
  • Postpartum support for the birthing parent and baby.

Doulas also attend labor and delivery to provide emotional and physical support.

Maternal Opioid Misuse (MOM) Program

MPC’s MOM Program focuses on improving care for pregnant and postpartum members with opioid use disorder (OUD). Benefits continue for one year following the end of the pregnancy. The MOM Program addresses gaps in care for pregnant and postpartum members with OUD through Case Management. Care coordination ensures members:

  1. Receive needed health care services.
  2. Have access to appropriate social services in their community.
  3. Remain connected with the appropriate care.

To enroll, members must:

  • Be enrolled with MPC.
  • Be currently pregnant.
  • Have current or past opioid misuse.

Members can submit a self-referral here: Maryland MOM (Maternal Opioid Misuse) Case Management Services.

For a provider referral, please contact a Special Needs Coordinator and email a copy of the Prenatal Risk Assessment form:

Participating Providers

Please check back periodically for an updated list of providers.

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