COVID-19 Resources for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women

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National Health Guidance

Breastfeeding information, services, and supplies

  • If you have health insurance, you can reach out to your insurance provider to request a breast pump delivered to your home.
  • Pacify is A free mobile app that provides on-demand access to lactation specialists right from your smartphone. Get the app by:
    • Searching “Pacify” in the Apple Store or Google Play
    • Entering the enrollment code PHILLY at signup for FREE 24/7 access
  • Suggested Covid-19 resources for pregnancy and lactation (Our Milky Way)

Free or discounted virtual pregnancy, birth, and postpartum resources

  • Taylor Davis, a doula offering donation-based virtual childbirth education sessions
  • Amy Peterson, a doula offering support for pregnancy, pospartum and loss
  • Emma Dolan, a doula offering virtual doula support
  • Tiny Hood, provides online childbirth and postpartum education
  • Postpartum Support International (PPSI) offers online support groups and resources for fathers. Can also be contacted by calling 1-800-944-4773 (English and Spanish).

Sexual and reproductive health

Women Infants and Children (WIC) Services

While Pennsylvania WIC offices are still open for business, some clinics are closed or have limited hours. Please call your clinic (1-800-WIC-WINS for information) for the most up-to-date information on clinic hours. Leave a message with your current phone number, and be patient, as it may take longer to return your call.

Certain items have been temporarily added to the food list due to a shortage in stores.

City of Philadelphia Resources

Baby supplies:

  • The Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network provides food and diapers to families in need. Call 215-247-4663 and press 8# to speak to a staff person. Hours of operation are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am-5pm and Saturdays 10am-2pm.
  • Catholic Social Services provides emergency food and diapers through several locations in the City.