One-on-one support during pregnancy and infancy

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We help parents access critical services

Getting the right support can be overwhelming when experiencing high stress. A Choices care coordinator first gets to know each parent’s needs.

Together, they work to access resources such as:

  • Prenatal and postnatal care
  • Ongoing OB/GYN providers
  • Pediatricians
  • Transportation to necessary appointments
  • Substance use recovery support
  • Basic needs (ex: housing, food, clothing, employment)
  • Government benefits (ex: WIC, Social Security, Medicaid)
  • Homelessness
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What the program is like

Safety PIN is completely voluntary. We often work with new or expecting parents for more than one year. Many receive help getting to doctor or other critical appointments.

We also work with parents involved with child welfare or another court-ordered program.

Read one mother’s experience in the program, in our Safety PIN brochure.

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Our partners

One Community One Family funds the Choices Safety PIN program through a grant from the Indiana Department of Health.

Choices and One Community One Family have provided Safety PIN services since the statewide initiative began in 2017.

Contact Safety PIN

Those eligible for Choices Safety PIN meet the following requirements:

  • Individuals who are pregnant or parents who have a child under 1 year of age; and
  • Live in Dearborn, Decatur, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley or Wayne County.

Contact us if you or someone you care about is eligible and needs support. Call us at 317.205.8225 or email safetypin@choicesccs.org.