Baby URmine

Learn about free and low-cost resources available in Nevada for a safe and healthy pregnancy.

Congratulations on your pregnancy!

Having a baby is exciting, but it can also be stressful, especially for young women and first-time mothers.

If you live in Southern Nevada and you are expecting a baby, and you need help with medical care, financial assistance, emotional support, or parenting advice, this website can help.  It contains information about many organizations and programs throughout Clark County that offer resources to help you:

  • Stay healthy throughout your pregnancy
  • Deliver a healthy, full-term baby
  • Learn how to take care of your baby throughout infancy

Many Southern Nevada residents, especially low-income women, may be eligible for free or low-cost programs offered through the federal government, State of Nevada, and Clark County. The information on this website includes contact information for these programs.

You can also call Nevada 2–1-1, a help line for information about all kinds of resources available for pregnant women and new mothers in Southern Nevada.  The 2–1-1 operators will discuss your specific needs and refer you to organizations that provide help with medical care, food and baby supplies, parent education, family planning, and many other services.  Dial 2–1-1 to talk with an operator, or text your 5-digit zip code to 898211 (Standard message and data rates may apply, text HELP for help, or STOP to opt out.  For privacy policy and standards related to 898211 services, go to:

What is your baby’s date of conception? Use this pregnancy due date calculator to help you!

Provided by the Nevada State Health Division through a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration