Coming Attractions Maternity Management
Coming Attractions is the maternity and infant case management program for the State Health Plan. The program helps mothers throughout their pregnancies and after their babies' births, and infants under 1 year old who need special care. The program provides free educational materials and personalized nursing support through telephone counseling sessions.The program offers many benefits:
- A dedicated maternity care nurse — this is a registered nurse with experience in obstetrics.
- Educational materials to help you make healthy choices for you and your baby.
- Referrals to other programs that can help you have a healthy pregnancy.
- Access to interactive tools and information timed to where you are in your pregnancy.
How to Enroll in Coming Attractions
To complete the assessment online:
- Log in to your My Health Toolkit® account.
- Select the Wellness tab, then select Health Coaching.
- Click My Activities Page, then choose Assessments on the main page.
- Choose Maternity Screening then select “Start.”
- Answer all questions then select “Submit.”
To complete the assessment by phone:
Call 855-838-5897 and select option 4. The maternity coaching team is available Monday - Thursday, from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you need to call after hours, please leave a message and your call will be returned the next business day.
Once You’re Enrolled
Your assigned maternity nurse will send you a welcome packet by mail or email, depending on your preference. The packet will include maternity educational materials. You’ll receive additional educational materials and discount coupons throughout the pregnancy and your baby’s first year of life.
The State Health Plan covers certain types of breast pumps for new moms. Learn how to get a breast pump at no cost to you!
Depression During Pregnancy and After Baby’s Birth
Having a baby can be one of the most rewarding events in your life, but it can also be stressful. Many mothers experience sadness, fear, confusion and anxiety during pregnancy and after childbirth. Depression can interfere with your ability to function, including your ability to care for yourself and your child. The good news is that it’s treatable, and the Mom Support Program can help. The Mom Support Program is free and voluntary. If you or someone you love could benefit from this program, please call 1-800-868-1032, ext. 25835.