Along with providing a healthy meal of fruits, vegetables, proteins, calcium, Omega-3's, folate, and iron, APBP facilitates a learning and support group every week at Julia Tutwiler Prison For Women in Wetumpka, AL. Each group is open to pregnant women and those who are up to 12 months postpartum. We cover topics such as healthy eating with restricted food options, pregnancy discomforts, smoking reduction and cessation, the effects of drugs on pregnancy, healthy birth practices, immediate skin to skin, the first latch, reducing stress through exercise and mindfulness, preparing for separation, and preparing for reunification. Each participant receives a composition notebook for journaling, teaching handouts, coloring sheets, and a pregnancy resource book for incarcerated mothers. APBP also stocks the prison library with pregnancy and parenting books and provides baby name books at each group meeting.