Mom and Baby Special Services

The JPS Mom and Baby Program helps women who struggle with depression, mental health issues, substance abuse, and/or domestic violence while pregnant and/or after delivery. 

We provide services that help women get community resources including:

  • early prenatal care
  • mental health treatment
  • substance use treatment
  • support groups
  • parenting education services

  How do I access the program?  

You are eligible if you have one or more of the following risk factors:

  • teen pregnancy
  • current or past involvement with DFPS
  • current or past use, abuse or dependence on drugs or alcohol
  • living in a household with a person who abuses drugs or alcohol
  • current or past domestic violence issues
  • current or past mental health issues
  • current or past history of sexual, emotional or physical abuse
  • late or no prenatal care
  • financial distress

Call 817-702-7322 or email momandbaby@jpshealth.org to get a referral.

  What can I expect after a referral is made?   

  • A Mom and Baby Case Manager will contact you to ask more questions to determine if you are eligible for services.

  • If you are eligible, you can enroll in Case Management services. Program enrollment is voluntary.

  • The Case Manager will work with you to develop a personalized Service Plan.

  • Together you will identify goals you want to accomplish and resources you may need related to your pregnancy.

  • Your Case Manager will meet with you at least once per month to support you in working toward your Service Plan goals.

  • You will receive information, education, and community resource referrals.

  • A “Mommies Program” is available for women who are currently in Opioid Treatment Services, or are in need of treatment services.

 Contact Information:  

Program Coordinator:
LaTasha Hinson, LCSW
2500 Circle Drive, Suite 100
Fort Worth, Texas 76119
817-702-7322
e-mail: momandbaby@jpshealth.org