|1-800-QUIT NOW Start Living Tobacco Free Have you tried to quit before? Try something different.|
|2-1-1 Oklahoma Information on resources in your community|
|Baby Cafe USA: Help is available on all aspects of breastfeeding and its impact on daily life.|
|Moms Offering Moms Support (MOMS). A free support group for women experiencing Post-Partum Depression.|
|COBA: Coalition of Oklahoma Breastfeeding Advocates Our mission is to promote, protect, and support breastfeeding in Oklahoma.|
|Emergency Infant Services: Making sure that infants and toddlers in the Tulsa area have the essentials they need.|
|Family Expectations: The most recognized program in the country designed for families who are pregnant or just had a baby.|
|Infant Crisis Services provides food, diapers, clothing and other necessities to babies and toddlers in the Oklahoma City area.|
|Oklahoma Chapter of March of Dimes|
|The Oklahoma Breastfeeding Resource Center (OBRC) is a statewide resource for healthcare providers and organizations working to improve the care of nursing mothers and children.|
|Oklahoma Family Network focuses on supporting families of children and youth with special needs via emotional support, resource navigation, and ensuring quality healthcare for all children and families through strong and effective family/professional partnerships.|
|The Oklahoma Mothers’ Milk Bank (OMMB) provides safe, pasteurized milk donated by healthy, screened breastfeeding mothers to ensure that our most vulnerable babies will receive full human milk feedings.|
| Breastfeeding Hotline: The hotline is available free of charge to nursing mothers, their families and partners, as well as expecting parents and health care providers in need of breastfeeding support and information.
Children First: An evidence-based nurse home visitation program for Oklahoma’s first-time mothers. C-1 has demonstrated improved outcomes for pregnancies, infants and children. Contact 405-271-7611 for more information about C-1 in your community.
Cleveland County Health Department: Join a group of new moms and moms-to-be for support, community resources, and relationships! Motherhood Group is free to all members of the community.
Community & Family Health: Breastfeeding: The Oklahoma State Department of Health views breastfeeding as the normal way of feeding babies. Breastfeeding helps babies get the best start in life. It helps children reach their full potential for health and growth.
|Parent PRO: Free parenting support. Delivered to your door.|
|Postpartum Care of Greater Tulsa: A mother-to-mother support group for women with or who have experienced a postpartum mood disorder.|
|RehabCenter.net Find Oklahoma Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers to meet your needs.|
|Safe Kids Oklahoma: Dedicated to preventing injuries to OK children through education, advocacy and action statewide.|
|Smart Start Oklahoma: Smart Start Oklahoma seeks to provide better opportunities to the children and families in our state by bringing people and resources together to create lasting, positive change for young children neighborhood-by-neighborhood.|
|Sunbeam Family Services: Silver Linings Support Group is help for mothers experiencing Post-Partum Depression. Join other moms experiencing the same issues.|
|Text4baby: A free texting service for Mom and family about baby’s development from conception to 1 year of age. Click on the logo to the left to sign up for Text4baby.|