Protected: Help for your family’s health.

Advice, connections and financial aid. You’ve got an expert on your side.

Being a mom is overwhelming. And if you support your kids on limited income, the job is even harder.

There is help available - from nutrition programs like SNAP and WIC to parenting classes, Medicaid and low-cost healthcare services. But you can’t take advantage of all those resources if you don’t know how.

You need an expert on your side. And now, you’ve got one!

Pregnancy Services

There are a lot of services available for pregnant women and moms with young kids. VNA Health Care can help your family take advantage of them all!

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But with so many options, how do you know what is best for your family? You don’t need to do it alone.

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Your Family's Guide

Meet VNA’s Family Case Managers.

We ask about your challenges, give you personalized advice – and help you get the healthcare and benefits assistance your family needs.

Financial Resources

We identify which kinds of help you can apply for – and we help your family get it.

Health Referrals

We can introduce you to the right help for your family, from general care providers to specific healthcare specialists.

Peace of Mind

You’ll know you’re not leaving resources on the table – or missing out on care your kids need to stay strong.

Case management is free to anyone with low-to-medium income who’s pregnant or has children less than one year old. You’ll meet your family case manager every few months. Everything you tell us is completely confidential.

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Make An Appointment

To meet with VNA and find out which services your family qualifies for, call
630-892-4355 and ask about Family Case Management.

To request an appointment online, CLICK HERE

Frequently Asked Questions

How much time does Family Case Management take?
You’ll meet with a case manager every few months until your child is one year old. Most appointments happen at VNA, but we can visit your home for some meetings as well. Most meetings last about an hour.
Do I need SNAP or WIC?

You might qualify for both!

SNAP (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) provides funds for food to anyone living on lower incomes. The WIC (Women, Infants and Children) program provides additional funds for women who are pregnant or have children up to age 5.

Both SNAP and WIC provide EBT payment cards, so buying groceries feels just like using a debit card to pay. In addition to grocery money, WIC provides formula and educational opportunities on topics like nursing and childhood nutrition.

Woman who qualify for WIC usually qualify for SNAP as well. And they qualify for Family Case Management too!

Does my Family Case Manager share my information?
Your families personal information is protected by law and only shared with your consent except in cases where there is a danger to your child or yourself. Your privacy is protected by us.