Kalamaoo County
Healthy Babies Healthy Start

Our mission is to decrease the infant mortality rate and racial disparities in maternal infant health in Kalamazoo.

In Home Support

We are an in home family support program that can help you with:

  • Pregnancy information/Education
  • Understanding your babies development before & after birth
  • Women's Health Education
  • Individualized Goal Planning
  • Transportation to Medical Appointments
  • Health Resources
  • Getting Referrals to Community programs

By working together we can help you have a smoother, healthier pregnancy with continued support until your baby turns two years old!

Our services are available in the following Kalamazoo zip codes:
49001 (Edison)
49006 (Westwood)
49007 (Northside)
49048 (Eastside)


Mother with child

Educational Opportunities

Available to anyone in the Kalamazoo Community

Check out our FREE classes on:

  • Copping with life after baby is born
  • Helpful Parenting Tips
  • Providing a Safe Sleep Environment for your Baby
  • Family Planning
  • Exercise & Healthy Habits
  • Ditching cigarettes for a Healthier You!
  • Budgeting
  • Domestic Violence

And more…

Classes are held every Tuesday at YWCA Kalamazoo at 1:00pm

353 E. Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49007


We haven't forgotten about you Fathers out there!

At Healthy Babies Healthy Start we believe that when you support a Father you are supporting and strengthening the community.

Get connected to Fatherhood Services through the United Way funded
4Dad: Kalamazoo County Fatherhood Program

We aim to restore the image of Fatherhood in our community through

  • Advocacy
  • Round Table Discussions
  • Community Collaborations
  • Events that Foster Brotherhood
  • One to One Support

Call (269) 373-5047 for meeting locations or for more information. 




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Request for Services Form


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Kalamazoo County Health & Community Services is committed to providing equitable, culturally competent care to all individuals served, regardless of race, age, sex, color, national origin, religion, height, weight, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.

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