P.E.A.C.E. Project

The Perinatal Equity and Care for Everyone (P.E.A.C.E.) Project provides clients, families and professionals with information about prenatal, postpartum and infant resources available in Howard County. Anyone in Howard County is eligible to request a referral through this program.

The Perinatal Care Navigator assists clients, families or providers in determining which services best meet the client’s needs and interests. The navigator will then link the client to community resources/services and will follow-up on the outcome of the referral. For more information about this project, email [email protected] or call 410-313-7540.

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Diaper Giveaway

The PEACE Project and partner MOMCares are holding monthly diaper giveaways at the Health Department back entrance at 8930 Stanford Blvd. from 10:00a - 12:00p (while supplies last) on the following dates: February 27, March 26, April 30 and May 28. Our PEACE Project team will be on-hand to answer questions and provide resources for other pregnancy needs.

Services

We connect clients with:  

  • Pregnancy resources  
  • Home visiting referral 
  • Locating a provider/specialist 
  • WIC referral 
  • Parenting support resources  
  • Emotional/mental health resources  
  • Links to community resources 
  • Assistance locating childcare 
  • Childbirth/parenting education  
  • Teen parenting support referral 
  • Insurance eligibility 
  • Pregnancy options counseling
  • Pregnancy loss support

This service is provided at no cost and there are are no income or medical requirements. Please fill out this referral form to connect with us at  P.E.A.C.E. Project Interest Form 

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Meet Your Perinatal Care Navigator

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Nayanie Henriquez is our perinatal care navigator. She provides support to birthing clients and clients who have recently given birth. In her role as the perinatal care navigator, she facilitates client wellness and self-advocacy through care coordination, planning, education, and resource management. Nayanie is also a full spectrum doula. In her role as a doula, she holds space for birthers to be seen, heard, and understood. She became a doula after experiencing the loss of her angel baby Madison in 2013. It is her passion to serve and advocate for underserved communities. Nayanie is a single mother of two. When she is not working, she loves to cook, read, travel, and educate herself.

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