Additional Resources

Center for Disease Control


Importance of Folic Acid  

NYSDOH Fact Sheet

According to the Center for Disease Control, approximately 6 million women become pregnant in the United States each year.   Genesee County Health Department is committed to identifying ways to improve women’s health before, during, and after pregnancy and to identifying strategies to improve the health and well-being of newborns and infants.  This is accomplished through programs that promote healthy lifestyles and improve early detection and prevention among women and infants at risk.

MOMS Program

The Genesee County Health Department collaborates with the United Memorial Medical Center to provide community outreach and promote the importance of early prenatal care.  Services are available to women who are under-insured or with no financial means of paying for prenatal care.

For More Information, speak to your health provider or call the Genesee County Health Department
at 344-2580 ext. 5000.