National Minority Health Month: 25 Years of Community First Health Plans

April is National Minority Health Month! Health disparities for minorities continue to threaten the health of communities during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Higher rates of poverty, housing and food insecurity, unemployment or underemployment, along with chronic medical conditions and disabilities ultimately determine how COVID-19 impacts these communities and its members.

Among these individuals are first time or expectant mothers who want the best care for their family. For 25 years, Community First Health Plans has helped give first time mothers and their babies, the best possible start. Our Prenatal Program is designed to provide customized support and care you need for a healthy pregnancy and baby. This program, at no cost, is a benefit of being a CFHP Member and includes:

  • Prenatal Doctor Visits – Get information about pregnancy and care for your newborn
  • CFHP Baby Shower – Free diaper bag, baby car seat, toddler booster seat or safe sleep play yard and supplies!
  • Breastfeeding Support and Resources
  • Prenatal gift programs with up to $150 in gift cards
  • Birthing Classes

Learn more about pregnancy risks during the Coronavirus and find out what you need to know about Coronavirus to keep your family safe.