Florida Healthy Babies
The Florida Healthy Babies is a statewide initiative to positively influence social determinants of health and reduce racial disparities in infant mortality.
The Florida Healthy Babies Initiative engages Florida’s 67 county health departments as well as other public and private sector partners to identify, evaluate, prioritize, and address health disparities with evidence-based interventions.
This Initiative represents the collective strength of these partners working together to improve the health and well-being of all Floridians.
Family Planning Medicaid Waiver Program / Programa de Exención de Medicaid para Planificación Familiar
The Florida Department of Health in Seminole County offers confidential Family Planning Medicaid Waiver health services at no cost for those who qualify.
Eligibility requirements / Requisitos de elegibilidad:
Between 14-55 years old. / Entre 14 - 55 años de edad.
Interested in birth control services. / Interés en servicios de control de la natalidad.
Lost Medicaid coverage within the past 24 months. / Perdida de cobertura de Medicaid en los últimos 24 meses.
No hysterectomy or tubal ligations (tubes tied). / Ninguna histerectomía o ligadura tubárica (tubos amarrados).
Household income less than or equal to 185% of the current federal poverty level. / Ingreso familiar menor o igual al 185% del nivel de pobreza federal actual.
View or download our Medicaid Waiver Flyer
Benefits and Services:
Florida Healthy Babies provides classes, training and workshops to pregnant women, mothers with infants, families and the community in general. Assistance is available in Spanish (Hablamos Español).
Weekly Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Prevention Classes are offered every Wednesday (virtually) for the Sanford and Casselberry offices. For more information contact 407-665-3385.
Sanford Office, 400 W. Airport Boulevard, Sanford, FL 32773.
Casselberry Office, 132 Sausalito Boulevard, Casselberry, FL 32707
Car Seat Education only - No inspections at this time.
Training and workshops on infant mortality to community groups.
Referrals to health department programs (WIC, Dental, Tobacco)
Healthy Start Program