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CHW Spotlight: Nada Dickinson

Nada Dickinson is a Community Health Worker (CHW) with WIN Network: Detroit, a lifelong Detroiter, a mother, and a passionate advocate for women’s empowerment. As a Community Health Worker, Nada 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…

New Video: Enhance Your Pregnancy with Group Prenatal Care

In April 2016, WIN Network: Detroit started offering group prenatal care to our moms and families. So what is group prenatal care? Watch our video and hear our team and our Moms explain what is so special about group prenatal care. Group prenatal care is just what it sounds like – you, and other women…

Events, Awards, and more! Check out our May 2018 Community Newsletter

It’s time for our second 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 to read the full newsletter! Share the newsletter on Facebook. Retweet the newsletter…

Char’ly Snow, CNM wins 2018 Kitty Ernst Award from American College of Nurse-Midwives

Char’ly Snow, CNM, Certified Nurse Midwife at Henry Ford Health System and WIN Network: Detroit has been awarded the Kitty Ernst Award from the American College of Nurse-Midwives. This award is given to one midwife each year who has been certified for less than ten years, and has demonstrated innovative, creative endeavors in midwifery and/or women’s health…

Detroit Institute for Equity in Birth Outcomes holds first-ever conference, “In Pursuit of a Baby-Friendly Detroit: Affirming the Value of Women”

On May 10th, 2018 at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit, the Detroit Institute for Equity in Birth Outcomes held its first-ever conference, “In Pursuit of a Baby-Friendly Detroit: Affirming the Value of Women.” Professionals in nursing, social work, public health, community health, and more gathered to help define how we can work collectively…

Reunited and It Feels So Good! Group Prenatal Care Reunion April 2018

A couple times each year, we hold a group prenatal care reunion, where our GPC moms, babies and families come back together for a celebration. In April 2018, we held our Group Prenatal Care Reunion for groups P, Q, and R. Our moms, babies, and families joined us for an afternoon of food, photos, games, and…

Women’s History Month: The Women That Inspire Us

March 26, 2018 — Happy Women’s History Month! At WIN Network: Detroit, we spend our time working with and for women, and we encounter inspiring women every day. To celebrate the end of Women’s History Month, some WIN Network: Detroit team members reflect on a woman in their lives or in history that has inspired…

Henry Ford Hospital earns prestigious Baby-Friendly® designation

March 21, 2018 — Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit has earned the prestigious Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) designation. This designation is awarded to hospitals that follow strict breastfeeding and maternal care guidelines established by the World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Less than 500 of the 3,000 hospitals in the United States have…

You can now donate online to WIN Network: Detroit!

We thank you for your interest in contributing to our work at WIN Network: Detroit! We have recently set up an online donation system for those interested in funding the important work we are doing to prevent infant mortality in Detroit. When women connect with tools to address their immediate needs, they can focus on…

You Can’t Address Infant Mortality Disparities Without Addressing Racism

Experiencing racial discrimination causes stress hormones to be released in the body, and these hormones make a mother more likely to go into labor too early.

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