Coronavirus (COVID-19): Guidance & Resources
Author: HMHBGA Staff
There is a great deal of misinformation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) circulating right now. Please note that the best source of information on this topic is directly from the CDC website.
Please do not take information shared on social media as fact. Check all of the information out for yourself through a verified source.
Here is a list of additional, fact-based resources:
- CDC Website on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- CDC Guidance on Pregnancy & Children (COVID-19)
- Georgia Department of Public Health COVID-19 Webpage
- Please contact (844)442-2681 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Access to Services
You may also view these resources 24/7 by visiting: https://www.resourcehouse.com/hmhb/
If you need assistance finding food, paying housing bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services, please contact 211.
The best course of action is to stay home, avoid contact with others and continue to wash your hands and disinfect all surfaces in your home.
We understand that not all have the ability to work from home at this time. If you do go out, please follow the recommendations cited above from the CDC and Georgia Department of Public Health. HMHBGA would like to thank all of the providers, public health officials, care workers, delivery personnel, postal workers, sanitation workers and all those who are working every day to keep us safe and healthy. Thank you.
Resources from HMHBGA
Navigating COVID-19 Resources for Pregnant and Postpartum Families
This resource is meant to provide guidance for families on how to plan for pregnancy, labor, and the postpartum period during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Due to the current public health emergency, navigating our health system may be difficult at this time. Resources within this toolkit include how to prepare for delivery, postpartum & infant health information, and how to apply for public benefits. [Spanish Version Coming soon!]
This toolkit is meant to provide doulas with the tools needed to provide virtual doula services to clients. Given that the current recommendations suggest that we practice social distancing, and that hospitals are limiting the number of individuals who may be present at birth during this pandemic, virtual doula services are a way to provide support and guidance to families without jeopardizing health and safety.