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Baby Find Program

BABY FIND PROGRAM contact:
Karla Narceese, program coordinator 383-1334
625 Shadow Lane PO Box 3902 Las Vegas, Nevada 89127
The Baby Find Program is an organization of volunteer women dedicated to providing mother-to-mother supporter first time mothers, pregnant teens, and at risk pregnant women in their community. Through caring and sharing of information, the Baby Find Program promotes a community partnership for healthy babies and their family.

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