Community Education & Engagement

Community Engagement

Our staff is often available to table at health fairs, festivals, or other community events. If you would like The Midwife Center to come to your event, please contact Devon Taliaferro, Community Engagement Coordinator at d.taliaferro@midwifecenter.org

Community Education

Our clinical staff may be available to speak in the community on various aspects of reproductive health, family planning, childbirth, and the midwifery philosophy of care. In addition to community organizations, we may be available to speak at career fairs and lectures (high school and college levels). If this is something that interests you or your organization, please contact Devon Taliaferro, Community Engagement Coordinator at d.taliaferro@midwifecenter.org

Information and Resources for Clients

In order to provide comprehensive care, The Midwife Center offers support to help both primary gynecological and prenatal clients connect with additional resources and clinical referrals at our center and in the community. Resources could include ways to obtain affordable health care and childcare, food assistance, free diapers, behavioral health care, information about smoking cessation, and more. Clients will be asked to fill out a screening form and those who have additional needs will be offered an appointment with our Community Engagement Coordinator, Devon Taliaferro. Appointments are also available at the request of you or the provider at 412.321.6880 x210.

The Midwife Center offers support to help both primary gynecological and prenatal clients connect with additional resources and clinical referrals at our center and in the community.

NuturePA

New and soon-to-be parents: Whether this is your first time parenting or your fifth, you likely have many questions about caring for your new baby. NuturePA is here to help! This convenient, text-based program pairs you with another parent who can help you find answers to your questions, and provide advice and support to you using evidenced-based information and real-life parenting experience. If you're a new parent interested in building a relationship with a mentor or if you're interested in becoming a mentor yourself, please contact Devon Taliaferro, Community Engagement Coordinator at d.taliaferro@midwifecenter.org or 412.321.6880 x210.

Learn more about NuturePA on the program's website.

Additional Resources

Whether you're seeing us for gynecological, prenatal, or postpartum care, we can meet with you and help you locate resources and programs that may be beneficial to you and your family. Please ask about this at your next visit, or contact Devon Taliaferro, Community Engagement Coordinator at 412.321.6880 x210

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