Sandra walks swiftly down the street with her 3-month-old son, Asim, held closely in her arms. She stops in front of a large, beige building with a blue banner hanging above the double-doors. Upon entering, a group of staff excitedly jumps up to greet her, cooing over the sight of her baby.
Sandra first visited HELP of Southern Nevada during her pregnancy. She came to learn more about prenatal nutrition and to attend newborn care classes. Sandra continued to go to classes and, prior to COVID restrictions, sometimes stopped by just to visit, saying, "The staff here have become like family."
As the Las Vegas community continues to grow at a rapid pace, so too have the programs and services that HELP of Southern Nevada provides. Their Baby First service helps pregnant women in need attain proper prenatal care and accurate information to ensure that babies are born at a healthy birth weight.