Care Management for High Risk Pregnancies (CMHRP)

Pregnant woman touching her belly

Care Management for High Risk Pregnancy (CMHRP) services are provided by caring and knowledgeable care managers. These services are Medicaid approved for pregnant women. 


Pregnant women are referred to these services by their prenatal care staff; however, you can refer yourself to the program.

You may be accepted for CMHRP if you: 

  • Had contractions before 37 weeks (preterm labor) 
  • Had a baby with low birth weight 
  • Have unsafe/unstable living conditions such as experiencing homelessness, abuse or violence 
  • Started coming to the doctor after 14 weeks pregnant 
  • Are pregnant with more than one baby 
  • Have an ongoing condition such as high blood pressure 


Services include:

  • Being a part of your prenatal team 
  • Answering any questions you may have 
  • Help with making and keeping prenatal appointments 
  • Guidance and support during your pregnancy and two months after the birth of your baby 
  • Linking you to community resources 

More information about Care Management for High Risk Pregnancies 



Business Hours 
Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:15 pm

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