Welcome to the Planning for Healthy Babies® program, Georgia's family planning demonstration waiver created by the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH). This program was developed to assist the Department in reducing the number of low birth weight (LBW) and very low birth weight (VLBW) births in
Did you know Georgia ranks 46th in the nation in the number of LBW births? The P4HB® program is one of the strategies included under DCH's Improving Low Birth Weight Rate Initiative, which seeks to significantly reduce Georgia's LBW rate. The P4HB program will fill a critical gap in health care for underinsured and uninsured Georgians by expanding Medicaid eligibility to women who qualify for family planning services. In addition to family planning services, women who give birth to a VLBW baby will have access to additional services including primary care and care management.
If you or somebody you know is interested in participating in Planning for Healthy Babies, visit www.P4HB.org.
- P4HB Application (English)
- P4HB Application (Spanish)
- Physicians Statement
- Physicians Statement Resource Mother
- Post Card
- FACT Sheet – Planning for Healthy Babies – Posted 02/02/16
- P4HB CMOs Handbooks
Additional P4HB Resources
The following links provide additional information about the P4HB program.
- Program Overview
- P4HB Application
- Frequently Asked Questions
- CMOs: Amerigroup, Peach State, Wellcare
- Georgia Medicaid
Maternal and Child Health Resources
National Resources for Mothers and Infants