The Infant Mortality Program provides free services for pregnant women, mothers, fathers, infants and their families. The goal is to help build and sustain families, reduce the high infant mortality rate, promote literacy and increase access to health care. Thousands of families have been benefited, and over 2,000 healthy babies have been born to families served by the program.
Your gift will help fund:
Maternal infant Health Program, which provides support to promote healthy pregnancies, good birth outcomes, and healthy infants by offering education, supportive services and resources. A team of health specialists conducts a comprehensive risk assessment and intervention care plan across multiple domains, including health risks, smoking, alcohol/drug use, stress, depression and mental health, social support, abuse/violence, basic needs, breastfeeding, infant development, health and safety.
Strong Start Enhanced Prenatal Care Support Group, which provides group prenatal care in collaboration with OB clinics to reduce the rate of preterm births, improve the health outcomes of pregnant women and newborns, and decrease the anticipated total cost of medical care during pregnancy, delivery and over the first year of life.
Jubilee Parenting Support Group, which emphasizes peer support, connections to community resources, parenting skills, adult/child safety, safe sleep workshop, literacy and education, self-esteem building, communication and discipline, money management, health screening, and domestic violence education.
For more information, call 313-369-5730.