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Give Your Baby a Healthy Start by Joining Our Healthy Beginnings Program

Our Healthy Beginnings program gives you the help and support you need for a healthy pregnancy.

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Did you know that SelectHealth has a free program to help you have a safe and healthy pregnancy? Our Healthy Beginnings program gives you the help and support you need during pregnancy.

Once enrolled, we’ll work with your doctors to ensure a healthy pregnancy. As part of the program, you will receive a welcome kit that includes these items:

  • Great Expectations – A book about pregnancy
  • Community resources – Information about childbirth and breastfeeding classes and other helpful services
  • Educational materials – Helpful tips, facts on pregnancy, baby growth charts, and more
  • Support – A registered nurse or high-risk prenatal nurse care manager is available to answer questions, give referrals, and support you along the way

And because we want you to stay on track, you may be eligible for an incentive if you see your doctor for regular exams during your pregnancy.

In addition to our Healthy Beginnings program, you can find support online during your pregnancy:

  • For healthy pregnancy tips, visit babyyourbaby.org
  • Join the Intermountain Moms Facebook page

If you would like to enroll in the program, call us weekdays at 866-442-5052 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If calling after hours, please leave a message with a phone number and the best time to reach you.

Related: Now That You're Enrolled, What Happens Next?

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Sandy Patton

Sandy is a Marketing Communications Specialist and has been with SelectHealth for 15 years. Her prior roles include health education and wellness coaching.