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About Gift of Life

In 1988, in the face of an alarming infant mortality rate, Central Alabama's community leaders, healthcare professionals, and concerned citizens formed a public and private sector partnership called Gift of Life.

The Gift of Life Foundation has lived up to its name by providing an efficient and caring system of perinatal services, education, tracking, and care coordination for pregnant women and their babies--regardless of their ability to pay.

Services include: prenatal care, delivery, postpartum care, nutrition counseling, child health services, maternal health education, and school abstinence education.





To decrease infant mortality and morbidity and reduce the incidence of teen pregnancy.



It is the vision of the Gift of Life (GOL) that all women receive a continuum of obstetrical care, education, and support so that their children are born healthy, resilient, and with the determination to go forward, due to access to quality maternal and child healthcare resources that are informed, supportive, and promote healthy lifestyles.





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Gift of Life has been awarded a Healthy Start Grant! Our goal is to improve women's health, promote quality services, and strengthen family resilience. Stay tuned!

2013 Infant Mortality Rate

Special Report: Distance for Delivery
This special report features the Gift of Life Foundation and the Maternity Care Program Care Coordinator Director, Paige Mitchell, LBSW.

2014 Annual Report

Childbirth/Parenting Classes
Gift of Life offers adult and teen classes at no cost to any Maternity Care Program enrollee living in Montgomery and the surrounding areas.
Why the Last Weeks of Pregnancy Count
In recent years, more women are asking to schedule their vaginal deliveries (induction) or Cesarean sections before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy. (These are called elective deliveries.) A baby reaches full term at 40 weeks. 
The video below features Kathy Pounds, one of our very own Nurse Home Visitors for the Gift of Life Nurse-Family Partnership Program.
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