Local Public Prenatal Care Providers:

CAMcare East
2610 Federal Street
Camden, NJ  08105


CAMcare Gateway Health Center
817 Federal Street
Camden, NJ  08103


CAMcare North
6th and Erie Streets
Camden, NJ  08102


CAMcare Odessa Paulk-Jones
813 Ferry Avenue
Camden, NJ  08104


Lourdes Medical Associates Women's Healthcare of Collingswood
1055 Haddon Avenue
Collingswood, NJ  08108


Osborn Family Health Center
1601 Haddon Avenue
Camden, NJ  08103


Virtua Women's Center
200 Bowman Drive, Suite E-340
Voorhees Township, NJ 08043


Women's Care Center
3 Cooper Plaza #301
Camden, NJ  08103


Other Support:


Advocates for Children of New Jersey
ACNJ influences policymakers to create better laws to protect the state's children. Their website includes Kids Count data and publications detailing child welfare laws.


Health Resources and Services Administration Locator Tool
The Health Resources and Services Administration locator tool helps users find prenatal care in Camden City.


March of Dimes
March of Dimes works to promote the health of babies by providing education and support to pregnant individuals and families. Their website provides a wealth of information on pregnancy and baby care.


National Healthy Start
National Healthy Start works to improve birth outcomes and health disparities that exist within communities of color. Their website offers information about the program and its national publications and newsletters.


New Jersey Department of Health
The New Jersey Department of Health provides information on state health programs, consumer reports and the latest facts about current health issues and emergencies within the state.


NJDOH Division of Family Health Services/Maternal & Child Health
The New Jersey Division of Family Health Services provides reports on maternal-child health data specific to New Jersey including breastfeeding, Cesarean births and HIV in pregnancy.


Nurture NJ
Nurture NJ is a statewide awareness campaign that is committed to reducing infant and maternal mortality and morbidity and ensuring equity in care and in outcomes for pregnant individuals and infants of all ethnic groups.


Text4baby is a free text messaging service for pregnant individuals offering three personalized texts per week with information on prenatal care, nutrition, immunizations and more.


Zero to Three (National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families)
Zero to Three offers a comprehensive interactive resource for parents and early childhood education professionals on healthy development of children ages zero to three.