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The United Way has a comprehensive online resource guide that is updated monthly. It addresses resources for housing, food, health, mental health and more. Other resources include domestic violence help, disaster, senior services, transportation, legal, COVID, special needs and hotlines.

National Maternal Mental Health Hotline Services through the Health Resources and Services Administration is available. 24/7, Free, Confidential Hotline for Pregnant and New Moms in English and Spanish.

Many women and infants are eligible for Medicaid – a government program to provide health care to low income individuals and families.

Need baby gear during your stay in the Florida Keys? BabyQuip offers clean, safe, and insured baby gear rentals. BabyQuip delivers and sets up the gear for you, and picks it up when you’re finished with it. This service allows you to skip all the packing and enjoy your vacation from the moment you arrive. Reserve all the equipment you need to make your stay feel more like home.


With each gear rental, a donation is made to Florida Keys Healthy Start Coalition to help babies in need. 

With 40% of U.S. hurricane landfalls happening in Florida, hurricane season can be very stressful for Keys residents, and especially so for expectant parents and families with young children. To stay safe and be prepared, families are encouraged to start getting ready before a storm approaches

Check out our page dedicated to all things car seat and booster seat related. It is so important to keep your children in car seats and booster seats and to learn and understand the everchanging guidelines, installation, and laws, and recalls.

Have you experienced a loss? Many mother's find healing in donating their milk to fragile infants in honor of their baby. If you express and store your milk you may be able to donate it to help a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit for premature infants.

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