How to Plan for an Emergency if You Are Pregnant or Have Young Children



Seek mental health services, and access other services set up to help them through agencies; such as, Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA), WIC, Red Cross, March of Dimes, etc.,
Talk with a health care provider, if available, about any pregnancy questions or concerns.

Local organizations, including churches and shelters, in communities can often help provide basic needs (i.e., shelter, food, water, diapers).


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