Pregnancy, child and teen health services and resources
It's very unlikely that federal immigration agents would search our clinics for someone. But, just in case, Public Health — Seattle & King County has taken steps to strengthen the protections for all clients at our health clinics. Learn more.
WIC is a supplemental food program for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, infants and children and also provides health screening, nutrition and health education, breastfeeding promotion and support, help getting other services and checks for nutritious foods.
Public Health teen clinics provide a safe, friendly, confidential place for teens to get the help they need and learn the facts. All services free or low cost. Guys and girls up to their 21st birthday are welcome at Teen Clinics. We welcome straight, gay, lesbian, bi, trans, queer, and questioning teens. We do not judge you based on who you have sex with.
Kids Plus provides assistance for children and their families experiencing homelessness. It provides support from a multi-disciplinary team of nursing, social work, chemical dependency, housing and eligibility specialists during times of transition.
First Steps – MSS/ICM helps clients have healthy pregnancies. Working with your MSS care team, you'll receive health education and counseling during and two months after your pregnancy ends (miscarriage, termination, or childbirth). Your ICM team helps you connect with resources and services that support the health and well-being of your baby through their first year of life.
Nurse-Family Partnership is a community health program that helps transform the lives of young, low-income pregnant people with their first child. The program partners pregnant clients with registered nurses from pregnancy through a child's second birthday, allowing nurses to deliver the support first-time parents need to have a healthy pregnancy, become knowledgeable and responsible parents, and provide their babies with the best possible start in life.