Care Management for High Risk Pregnancy (CMHRP)

Care Management for High Risk Pregnancy (CMHRP)

Care management for High Risk Pregnancy (CMHRP), previously OBCM, is a statewide program in North Carolina promoting healthy mothers and healthy babies. The program provides care management services by a Registered Nurse or a Social Worker for high risk women during pregnancy and for two months after delivery. The goal of this program is to ensure healthy pregnancies, healthy births, and healthy babies.

Offered Services

  • Going over prenatal care provider’s plan for a healthy pregnancy
  • Helping you manage any medicines that you may be taking
  • Provide resources throughout the community
  • Assist with Medicaid transportation
  • Scheduling childbirth classes
  • Arrange meetings with a lactation consultant
  • Answer questions throughout pregnancy


  • Must be Medicaid Eligible
  • History of pre-term birth
  • History of low birth weight  
  • Multiple gestations or fetal complications
  • Chronic conditions that may complicate pregnancy
  • Unsafe/unstable living environment
  • Tobacco or substance abuse
  • Provider request for care management assessment
  • Domestic Violence

Your care manager can talk with you over the phone, meet with you at your home, during an office visit, or out in the community.


To make a referral, please call the processing assistant for the program at 980-484-5279 or fax to 980-484-5273 Attn: CMHRP staff.

CMHRP Brochure 2023