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Community Health Worker Advocacy Day 2019

On April 10th, 2019, Community Health Workers from across the state of Michigan traveled to Lansing for CHW Advocacy Day 2019. CHWs met with legislators to advocate for Community Health Worker inclusion in all aspects of healthcare. WIN Network: Detroit CHW Felicia Lane serves on the Michigan Community Health Worker Alliance Steering Committee, and helped…

We’re expanding! April 2019 Community Newsletter

April is here, and so is a new WIN Network: Detroit’s April 2019 Community Newsletter! Read up on our newest program updates, including the exciting announcement that we will soon by offering group prenatal care at the Henry Ford Medical Center – Ford Road, in Dearborn!

Raising a family in the 313

Today is 313 Day, the day we celebrate Detroit and all that comes with the city we call home. We talked to two of our Community Health Workers, Felicia Lane and Linda Reyes, about their experiences living and raising families in Detroit and what advice they have for others! Felicia (pictured above) and Linda (pictured…

CHW Spotlight: Felicia Lane

Felicia Lane is a Community Health Worker with WIN Network: Detroit who brings her passion and determination as a Detroiter to her work. Our group prenatal care moms love Felicia – they often call her “Granny Lane,” because she’s so much more than just a Community Health Worker to our moms. When Felicia is in…

Another year of thriving moms and babies! December 2018 Community Newsletter

Check out our last WIN Network: Detroit Community Newsletter of 2018! We’ve got some exciting updates, new facts and figures about group prenatal care, a CHW spotlight and more! Click the attachment at the bottom of this page to read this month’s updates!   Want to look back on past newsletters of 2018? Here they…

WIN Network: Detroit earns “Innovations in Care” award from Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation to continue and expand group prenatal care program

WIN Network: Detroit is excited to announce we have been chosen as the recipient of this year’s “Hillman Innovations in Care” funding award from the Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation, which will allow us to not only continue operating our group prenatal care program for the next 3 years, but will also allow us to expand…

CHW Spotlight: Linda Reyes

Linda Reyes is a Community Health Worker (CHW) with WIN Network: Detroit, a lifelong Detroiter, mother, and grandmother. As a Community Health Worker, Linda helps women who are pregnant navigate their emotional, physical, and social needs. She guides women to the resources they need for themselves and their growing families, and works with a Certified Nurse Midwife…

A decade of partnership: 10th Anniversary Summit of Detroit Regional Infant Mortality Reduction Task Force

In 2008, alarmed by persistently high regional infant mortality rates and gaping health disparities, four Detroit-serving health system CEOs formed the Detroit Regional Infant Mortality Reduction Task Force to find lasting, collaborative solutions. A true public-private partnership, the Task Force represents a range of expertise and perspectives, from clinical to community, from programmatic to policy,…

Our babies are back! Group Prenatal Care Reunion August 2018

Group prenatal care groups S and T came back together for an afternoon of fun, family photos, food, prizes, and more! Now that their babies are 3+ months old, we couldn’t wait to get these moms, dads, and babies in one room to meet each other and catch up. During pregnancy, these moms and support…

Catch up with us! August 2018 Community Newsletter

It’s time for our third Community Newsletter of 2018! To receive this newsletter in your inbox 4 times each year, subscribe to our email list. In this newsletter you’ll find WIN Network: Detroit program updates, new photos, announcements, and more. Click the attachment below for full newsletter!  


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