MotherToBaby Utah requests your help. We need your assistance in identifying future funding sources to enable MotherToBaby Utah / Pregnancy Risk Line to continue to provide services as we have for the past 35 years. MTB UT faces the potential loss, by October 2020, of much of the Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant funding, approximately two-thirds of our operating budget. Please click on the “Survey” button above and take a few minutes to answer the questions to give us an idea of how you or your organization utilizes and values MTB UT services and share any funding suggestions you may have. To learn more, visit our partner’s website at http://www.utahfetalalcohol.org/.
You have questions. We have answers.
If you’re not a Utah resident, please call our national number @ 866-626-6847.
MotherToBaby Utah specialists are available Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm MT, closed holidays.
+1 (800) 822-2229 or +1 (801) 328-2229
+1 (855) 999-3525
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Please take our Satisfaction Survey to help us improve and keep our funding. Help us better answer questions for other moms by participating in research studies.
TAKE THE SURVEY FOR FAMILIES WITH CSHCN
As we strive to improve our services, the Utah Department of Health (UDOH) Bureaus of Children with Special Health Care Needs and Maternal and Child Health (MCH) are conducting needs assessment surveys. The aim of the needs assessment is to help UDOH understand the experiences and needs of children with special health care needs and their families. The information you provide will help UDOH prioritize and plan services for children with special health care needs in the state.
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The Utah Department of Health implements programs that improve the health and well-being of mothers, children, infants, and families. Every five years we conduct a comprehensive needs assessment to identify health risks and key issues. As a stakeholder and partner we need your input to help determine the health needs for these populations in Utah.