Who is eligible to receive our services?

  • You must live in Medina County
  • You must be without the financial resources to purchase basic needs for your infant
  • You must be able to provide a current photo ID at each visit

Do I need to make an appointment?

  • You do not need to make an appointment
  • Come during open office hours; Monday/Tuesday evening 7-9pm, Thursday noon - 2 pm. and Saturday from 10am - noon
  • At that time, you will be asked to present a photo ID and to fill out a client information form

How often can I come to Birthcare?

  • Limit your visits to once a month
  • We are happy to help in emergencies
  • In the event of an emergency, call our main number (330-722-1190) and listen for emergency numbers

Do you have any maternity clothing?

  • We no longer have maternity clothing available to our clients
  • We refer our clients to the Community Service Center (Medina) and the Oaks Family Care Center (Brunswick) for those needs

Birthcare Scholarship Program Information

  • You must be a client or client spouse of Birthcare within the current year
  • You must hold a GED or high school diploma
  • You must be a current resident of Medina County
  • Application forms are available in the Birthcare office beginning in January of each year
  • Deadline is usually in mid-June and winners are notified in July
  • Awards of at least $500 are given to applicants each year who meet the above criteria and are recommended for the award by the scholarship committee
  • Click here to access current year scholarship form to print

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