The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Bureau of Family Health's Maternal and Child Health Program, in partnership with March of Dimes and many state partners, supports the work of Kansas Perinatal Community Collaboratives delivering the March of Dimes Becoming a Mom® curriculum and is working to expand this initiative across the state.
Map of Becoming a Mom Participating Communities
Select an orange county to highlight the program's details. Hatched yellow counties are serviced by a partnering solid orange county, and can be selected to view the program's details as well.
Blue counties do not currently have the program; however, many counties have virtual programs and also accept referrals for residents outside of their jurisdiction. Select a nearby orange county to check availability and options for virtual or in-person participation.
All KanCare members residing in blue counties are encouraged to participate virtually through a partnership with Sedgewick County Baby Talk program. To learn more about this opportunity, visit the Baby Talk website or email Joy Miller.
If you are a pregnant person or wish to refer a pregnant person to a Becoming a Mom® program, complete our online referral form, which opens in new tab.