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Description:Join us in the movement to treat every baby as our baby so that every baby, mother, and family thrives in a healthy community. Sign up for HealthConnect One s Birth Equity Action Network to join with doulas, peer counselors and other community health workers, moms and families and our allies to support the first 1,000 days for birthing families. Dear Friends, The HealthConnect One Board of Directors is thrilled to announce Dr. Twylla Dillion as our new Executive Director. She is joining the organization on Monday, September 14, 2020. She comes to HealthConnect One from the United Way of Greater Rochester and has also recently served as lead for the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research I had my son and the hospital told me to go straight to the WIC office and that’s what I did. I needed to figure out how to feed him. I can recall when I got to the WIC office they asked me for insurance and proof of income. I didn’t have any ofIn celebration of Black Breastfeeding Week (Aug. 25 through Aug. 31), we compiled a list of organizations and online groups that provide breastfeeding support for moms. If you re an expectant mom who wants to learn more about lactation or you ve already delivered your baby, it’s important for you to get the support you need toPresentado por: Dámarys Crespo-Valedón y Yamellies Rivera González Desde que comenzό la pandemia por el COVID-19, las promotoras de la salud que están al frente de esta pandemia, tienen altos niveles de estrés. Estos niveles elevados de estrés pueden dañar nuestro bienestar mental y físico. Este taller de autocuidado es para trabajadores comunitarios de salud HealthConnect One is the only organization with a community-based doula program model that is replicated across the nation. To date, more than 6,000 low-income families have benefitted from services provided by community-based doulas, through replication programs nationwide.Traditional power dynamics associated with learning are not present and/or openly discussed. There was an ability to be open and build trust and exchange not just words; histories, hopes, frustrations, and, positive energy. HealthConnect One workshop participant When we speak to mothers, they tell us they are more comfortable seeing community health workers than their ob-gyns. The reason is simple: community health workers are more accessible because they belong to the community in which they work; their experience mirrors that of the mothers they are supporting. Toni Hill and Tikvah Wadley NE Mississippi Birthing Project and HealthConnect One Chronicle of Philanthropy, 4/5/2019 Let s work together to see every baby, mother and family thrive in a healthy community.
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