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Community Mosaic Mural

| art, children, community, creativity, Detroit, eating healthy, encouragement, event, family, food, free, giveaway, giveaways, healthy food, inspiration, local resources, music, resources

On Tuesday, September 23rd we unveiled our Community Mosaic Mural, “Expecting” This mural represents artwork from 1389 moms, kids, dads, doctors, social workers, grandmas, aunts, uncles, CEOs, nurses, teachers, librarians, and many more.  Over a year we collected art from 10 DPS schools, 3 Detroit Public Libraries, and 4 community events. Each artist was asked…

RSVP to the Group Prenatal Care Reunion

CLICK HERE TO RSVP  TO GROUP PRENATAL CARE – THE REUNION ON OCTOBER 5, 2019  

4 Things Every Girl Should Be Doing NOW

| assistance, birth defects, doctors visits, exercis, family tree, folic acid, future, health, healthy eating, help, nutrition, physical activity, plan, planning, pregnancy, reproductive plan, sleep, support

Whether you plan to have a baby soon or having kids is way down the road for you, there are 4 things that every girl can do now to help prevent birth defects and having a baby too early. Make a plan We know that anything can happen at any moment. Making a plan about…

It’s Tax Time!

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April 15, Tax Day, is just around the corner folks! Don Ferguson, financial expert, drops by with tax tips to keep you in the know and ready go.

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,…

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…

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.…

LET IT GOOO!

LET IT GOOO! The holidays have come and gone. We made it to a New Year. We might be thinking on last year saying, “This year is going to be better, but some things MUST change.” However, after a few days into the New Year, things happen and we’re back with the same old mess.…

MY BABY: Born Ready Social Media Campaign

For the past year or more WIN Network: Detroit and Great Start Collaborative of Wayne have been diligently working in partnership with the Detroit Regional Infant Mortality Reduction Task Force and the Detroit Institute for Equity in Birth Outcomes to promote perinatal health through social media. Organizations from access the Detroit area will be posting ready-made images and messages to their…

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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