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Resource Mothers Project

Main Office
715 Tatnal Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: 302-984-BABY

Kent/Sussex Office
1019 Maitland Way (Airport Rd)
Milford, DE 19963
Phone: 302-424-1043

The Resource Mothers Project works with at-risk pregnant women, helping them to obtain early prenatal care and other social services. The Resource Mothers act as mentors and are on-call to their clients 24 hours a day for emergencies. They stay involved through the babies' first year to make sure they receive proper immunizations and have a medical home. Direct services include, but are not limited to, education, transportation, and case management.

They also have Bilingual Resource Mothers across the state to serve Spanish-speaking women and their families by translating and helping them overcome other cultural barriers they face.

Services:  Childbirth and parenting classes; Help with scheduling appointments; Help with transportation to appointments; Nutrition counseling; Special Services to substance referrals; WIC and Social service referrals; School programs; and Follow-up phone calls and letters.

 


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National Kidney Foundation of The Delaware Valley, Inc.
325 Chestnut Street Constitution Place, #1016
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 923-8611 / (215) 923-2199 (Fax)
Website:
http://www.nkfdv.org

Delaware Help Line

Call 1-800-464-4357 or e-mail us at Help@DelawareHelpLine.org.  Delaware Help Line is a toll-free service which provides information on state government agencies and referrals to community resources. It began operation in 1990 as a statewide comprehensive information and referral service for health and human services but broadened its scope considerably in 1997. Delaware Help Line now includes a state government information service that links callers to appropriate state offices, legislators and employees, and continues to provide needs assessment, problem resolution and referrals for callers with health or human service needs.

-- Speak confidentially to a Referral Specialist who can help you help assess your problems and situation.
-- Se habla espanol. Spanish speaking staff.
-- TDD line available for the hearing impaired

Health Centers

Claymont Family Health Services
3301 Green Street
Claymont, DE
(302) 798-9755


Claymont Family Health Services is a primary health care center for individuals and families with little or no health insurance. They provide general exams, blood pressure screenings, minor illness treatment, women's health services, dermatology, adult/child immunizations and referrals to specialists or clinics. Volunteer physicians provide these services.

Henrietta Johnson Medical Center
601 New Castle Avenue
Wilmington, DE
(302) 655-6187

Henrietta Johnson Medical Center provides, adult medicine, senior care, vision and hearing screening, minor surgery, sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment, adolescent health education program, teen pregnancy program, immunizations, reproductive care and pediatric care.

Kent Community Health Center
1095 S. Bradford Street
Dover, DE 19901
(302) 678-2000


Kent Community Health Center provides a wide range of primary and preventative health and social services. Health care services include sick and well care, exams and immunizations, family planning, breast and cervical cancer screening, and health insurance and prescription assistance referrals.  Staff members are bilingual in English and Spanish. Medicare, Medicaid and sliding fees available.

La Red Health Center
505 W. Market Street
Georgetown, DE 19947
(302) 855 -1233

La Red Health Center provides access to primary healthcare for all individuals. Services include pediatric, adolescent and adult medicine preventive programs, diabetes education, immunizations for children, routine school and sports physicals, HIV testing and counseling, prenatal services and mental health and substance abuse counseling. Application assistance is available for Medicaid, Community Healthcare Access Program (CHAP) and other programs. Services are based on sliding scale fees. Staff is fully bilingual in English and Spanish. Translation and transportation services are also available. La Red is Spanish for "The Network."

Nemours Health Clinic
1801 Rockland Road
Wilmington, DE 19803
302-651-4400 or 1-800-292-9538

Located in Wilmington, Delaware, Nemours Health Clinic provides a variety of services for senior citizens who meet financial qualifications and are citizens of the state of Delaware. These include comprehensive dental care, eye examinations and eyeglasses, and hearing tests and hearing aids. In addition, prescription drugs can be provided to enrollees through the Pharmaceutical Assistance Program at a reduced cost.

Westside Health
1802 West 4th Street
Wilmington, DE
(302) 655-5822

Provides acute and chronic illness care, case management and social services, family planning and reproductive care, health education and counseling, HIV counseling, testing and treatment; immunizations, laboratory services, low cost medications, physical examinations, foot care, prenatal and maternity care, preventive care, and 24-hour physician on-call emergency services.

Wilmington Hospital Health Center
501 West 14th Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 428-4410

The Health Center provides medical care for patients of all ages, including obstetric and newborn care, pediatrics, adult and geriatric care. The Center offers well visits, sick visits, as well as surgery, orthopedic, foot, eye and dental care. It is also one of the state’s largest care providers for HIV patients. The Center has a team dedicated to connecting patients with any needed social services, including financial assistance.

Hospitals with Indigent & Financial Assistance Programs

St. Francis Hospital - St. Francis Hospital provides comprehensive healthcare to all individuals. St. Francis Family Practice provides a hospital-based family health practice, including obstetric and newborn care through Tiny Steps, a program for low-income pregnant women, staffed by resident doctors providing health screening, diagnosis, and treatment to patients of all ages. The St. Clare Outreach Program is a mobile van staffed by a doctor, a registered nurse and one assistant that travels to different locations in Wilmington to serve the homeless and others in need. The Center of Hope, a family health center in Newark, offers health care to migrant workers. The Tiny Steps program is also offered at the Newark location. For more information, call the St. Francis Family Practice Center 302-575-8040, St. Clare Van Office 302-575-8218, or Center of Hope 302-369-9370. 

For questions and/or information regarding St. Francis Hospital Patient Financial Services, please call 302-421-4262. 

Bayhealth Medical Center
Kent General Hospital
640 South State St
Dover, DE 19901
302-674-4700


Milford Memorial Hospital
21 West Clarke Ave
PO Box 199
Milford, DE 19963
302-422-3311

Bayhealth Medical Center formed in January 1997 when Kent General Hospital, founded in 1927, and Milford Memorial Hospital, founded in 1938, merged to create a not-for-profit health care system dedicated to providing high-quality care to the community.

Beebe Medical Center
424 Savannah Road
Lewes, Delaware 19958

Physician referral line: 645-3332
General information: 645-3300
Charity Care & Community Healthcare Access Program: 645-3100, ext. 5137 or 5138

Providing comprehensive medical services throughout eastern Sussex County. 

Christiana Care Health System
501 W. 14th Street
Wilmington, DE  19801
302-733-1000

Christiana Care, a 2004  Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence, provided more than $37 million of charity care last year.

Nanticoke Health Services
801 Middleford Road
Seaford, Delaware 19973
302-629-6611

 

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