Multicultural Maternal Telehealth Program

Learn the Warning Signs

It could help save a life.

Multicultural Maternal Telehealth Program

Serving Jacksonville Region

Pregnant & Postpartum Moms

Pregnant & Postpartum Moms

Partners

Partners

Healthcare Professionals

Healthcare Professionals

Urgent Maternal Warning Signs

Urgent Maternal Warning Signs

About The Campaign

About The Campaign

Campaign Resources

Campaign Resources

We have partnered with Accuhealth to provide Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)

We have partnered with Accuhealth to provide Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)

Enroll in our Maternal Telehealth Program

Enroll in our Maternal Telehealth Program

Resources for American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) People

Resources for American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) People

About Us

Your Ally in Maternal Care

Mama Thrive is a Multicultural Maternal Telehealth Program under Agape Family Health that ensures minority women get access to exceptional healthcare before, during, and after pregnancy. We provide resources and support to help mothers thrive physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially.

Our Focus

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Pregnancy Health

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Labor and Birth

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Postpartum

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Sponsors

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We are on the side of humanity.

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What We Offer

Healing for a better world.

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News & Article

Upcoming Events

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Contact Us

Please contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.

Call us at +1 904-714-2810.

Unfortunately, your child/baby is over 3 months old and doesn't meet the eligibility criteria for this program. However, we recommend exploring other programs that may be better suited for their current age.