Early Childhood, Food Assistance, Energy Assistance, Career Assistance, Housing Assistance, Shelter, Education, Adult Education, Financial Literacy, Advocacy
The New Haven Healthy Start provide.
A community - driven approach to reducing infant mortality. Consumer supported and neighorhood driven.
Identifying and helping pregnant women receive early prenatal care. Workshop for families - nutrition,parenting,Aids and pregnancy.
FIMR - Fetal Infant Mortality Review
Perinatal Periods of Risk Collaborative - an analysis of perinatal mortality
Fatherhood Initiative - connecting non-custodial fathers to their children
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You did a nice one as well. Time will tell if Roger's idea takes off. I am not so sure since folks use Facebook for a lot these days but it is a good way of connecting people who are local providers. Why didn't you post a picture?
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