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Helpful Resources


717-544-4305   Healthy Beginnings Plus – Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health

If you are an expectant mother who is eligible for Medical Assistance, Healthy Beginnings Plus (HBP) is a free program we offer to help you have a healthy pregnancy and give your baby a good start in life. As a participant in HBP you will have a healthcare team dedicated to your individual needs. Your team will include a doctor or certified nurse midwife, a nurse care coordinator, and a social worker.

HBP helps assure you and your baby receive the best medical care possible. In addition to checkups, we offer childbirth, exercise, nutrition, and breastfeeding classes.


717-544-1952  NFP of Lancaster County – Nurse-Family Partnership

With an unwavering commitment to serve more families with comprehensive services, meet their unique needs and create transformational change across generations, Nurse-Family Partnership and Child First have joined together to create a more holistic continuum of care for families and children experiencing the effects of poverty and adversity.

The families who participate in these two voluntary home visitation programs have a strong desire to overcome the challenges they face and change the trajectory of their lives and the lives of their children. We are working side-by-side to create positive change, including improved individual, family and population health outcomes for communities across the country.


888-544-4636   Lead-Free Families – Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health

Lead-Free Families is a community health initiative of Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health aimed at creating a strong pathway to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in Lancaster County.

It is the first comprehensive childhood lead poisoning prevention program in the United States to be initially funded entirely by a health system. LG Health has committed to investing $50 million over 10 years to identify and remediate lead health hazards in at least 2,800 homes across the county.