Prenatal Health Resources

Prenatal Care: Giving Your Baby a Healthy Start?

If you know you are pregnant, or think you might be, call your doctor to schedule a visit. When you are pregnant, it is important to get prenatal care.

Prenatal care is care that women get when they are pregnant. It can help keep mom and baby healthy because doctors can see and take care of any health problems. Seeing a doctor more than once can help many problems and stop others. Doctors also can talk to pregnant women about things they can do to give their babies a good start to life.

To see a doctor in Wethersfield contact:

Starling Physicians
1260 Silas Deane Highway, Suite 102A
Wethersfield, CT 06109
(860) 246-4029

What if I am pregnant and do not have insurance?

HEALTHY START provides full health coverage for income eligible pregnant women, including prescriptions and transportation to medical appointments. There are no premiums, co-pays or deductibles for any Healthy Start covered service.

The following centers in Hartford offer Healthy Start to Wethersfield residents:

Charter Oak Health Center
21 Grand Street Hartford, CT 06109

Community Health Services
500 Albany Avenue Hartford, CT 06120
(860) 249-9625

Hartford Hospital Women’s Ambulatory Health Services
111 Park Street, Hartford CT 06106
(860) 972-2780

For more information about Healthy Start please visit

Access Health CT

As of January 1, 2014, the Affordable Care Act guaranteed that all Americans – regardless of their health status or pre-existing conditions – will have access to coverage. In Connecticut, Access Health CT is the health insurance exchange/marketplace.

Visit for further information, or call 1-855-805-4325.


Breast Feeding Resources

La Leche of Connecticut
(860) 563-6624

La Leche League of Connecticut is dedicated to helping mothers breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education. Volunteer Leaders provide monthly support meetings throughout the state. The mission of La Leche League International is to help mothers reach their own personal breastfeeding goals and to promote a better community understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.