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WIN Network CHW Felicia Lane featured in new Henry Ford CHW Hub video!

August is Community Health Worker Appreciation Month, and the Henry Ford Health System Community Health Worker (CHW) Hub is celebrating with a new video highlighting the importance and function of CHWs! What is a CHW? What is their role on a clinical team? How has Henry Ford utilized CHWs across the system? Find out in…

What Do I Need to Know About Giving Birth During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

The time has finally come and you are ready to give birth to your little one! Though the COVID-19 pandemic is adding uncertainty to all our lives, you have the support of your healthcare provider, your Community Health Worker (CHW) and the entire WIN Network: Detroit family as you prepare to give birth. Check out…

Community Health Workers Adapt to Support Moms, Babies, and Families Virtually During COVID-19 Pandemic

From left to right: Felicia, Linda, and Nada, WIN Network: Detroit Community Health Workers   Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines, we have all been using technology more than ever to connect with one another. At WIN Network: Detroit, we are adapting our enhanced model of Group Prenatal Care (GPC) to a…

New funding from BET and United Way of Southeast Michigan provides WIN Network families with food and more delivered to their doors

Recently, Henry Ford Health System received a $266,000 grant from BET and United Way of Southeast Michigan. The funding came from the BET storytelling project, which intended to support the needs of communities throughout the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new funding will allow Henry Ford’s Office of Community Health, Equity, and Wellness…

Black Maternal Health Week: Find free resources for pregnancy and motherhood in Detroit!

This week is Black Maternal Health Week, organized by the Black Mamas Matter Alliance. During this week, we put an extra focus on centering the needs and voices of black mamas everywhere. In the state of Michigan, Black women die of pregnancy-related causes in 41 out of 100,000 live births compared to 15 in 100,000…

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Update from WIN Network: Detroit

  Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Update from WIN Network: Detroit   Attention Stakeholders and Supporters,   The Coronavirus 2019 pandemic is impacting many aspects of our lives, including our WIN Network: Detroit programming. We are working hard to continue to support our mothers and families and fight infant mortality during these uncertain times, and we…

COVID-19 and Pregnancy: Questions and Answers

Those who are pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant may have questions about Coronavirus Disease 2019. While we don’t know many answers yet regarding how this virus can affect pregnancy, check out this guide with information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the latest information.   Q: What is COVID-19? Cornoaviruses are…

Celebrating our 2019 American Hospital Association NOVA Award!

In July of 2019, WIN Network: Detroit was chosen as one of five recipients of the 2019 NOVA award from the American Hospital Association. The award recognizes “hospital-led collaborative efforts that improve community health,” which we received for our efforts to provide group prenatal care to Detroit residents in collaboration with Henry Ford Women’s Health. Recently, we…

Awards, Expansion and More! August 2019 Newsletter

A lot has been happening for WIN Network: Detroit this summer, check it all out in the August 2019 Community Newsletter!  

August is Community Health Worker Appreciation Month!

Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared August 2019 as Community Health Worker (CHW) Appreciation Month. During this month, we honor and thank Community Health Workers who create bridges from health care and human service providers to community members, and recognize that reaching at-risk, underserved communities is vital to improving the health of our state’s most vulnerable populations.…

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