Care Management for High Risk Pregnancy (CMHRP)
Care management for High Risk Pregnancy (CMHRP), previously OBCM, is a statewide program in North Carolina promoting healthy mothers and healthy babies. The program provides care management services by a Registered Nurse or a Social Worker for high risk women during pregnancy and for two months after delivery. The goal of this program is to ensure healthy pregnancies, healthy births, and healthy babies.
- Going over prenatal care provider’s plan for a healthy pregnancy
- Helping you manage any medicines that you may be taking
- Provide resources throughout the community
- Assist with Medicaid transportation
- Scheduling childbirth classes
- Arrange meetings with a lactation consultant
- Answer questions throughout pregnancy
- Must be Medicaid Eligible
- History of pre-term birth
- History of low birth weight
- Multiple gestations or fetal complications
- Chronic conditions that may complicate pregnancy
- Unsafe/unstable living environment
- Tobacco or substance abuse
- Provider request for care management assessment
- Domestic Violence
Your care manager can talk with you over the phone, meet with you at your home, during an office visit, or out in the community.
To make a referral, please call the processing assistant for the program at 980-484-5279 or fax to 980-484-5273 Attn: CMHRP staff.