Many women living in poverty do not have health insurance and need prenatal care. Catholic Charities Prenatal Services provides comprehensive social and medical services to women whose pregnancies may be unexpected or high-risk.
The Prenatal Clinic offers culturally sensitive, low-cost, early and consistent prenatal health care to pregnant women to ensure healthier mothers and babies. The clinic offers free pregnancy testing, OB/GYN physicians, certified nurse midwives, low-cost deliveries, childbirth education and parenting education classes. The clinic collaborates with St. Joseph’s Hospital/HealthEast Care System and HealthEast Certified Midwives through our prenatal care and deliveries.
Prenatal Support Services
Prenatal support and education for pregnant women, their partners and families.
The program offers:
- Short-term counseling
- Resource referral
- Decision-making counseling regarding parenting or placing child for adoption
- Interpretation services: Spanish and Hmong, others as needed
- Classes on childbirth education, newborn care and breastfeeding
1276 University Avenue W
St. Paul, MN 55104
* Some programs funded in part by the Minnesota Department of Health.View Larger Map
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