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The Children’s Health & Research Foundation, Inc. aids in the success of the 10th Annual Hudson Valley Regional Perinatal Forum.

The forum, entitled "Toward Improving Perinatal Health in the Hudson Valley Region: 10 Years in the Making" was held on November 2, 2011 at the Marriott Westchester in Tarrytown, NY.  Below is a portion of a thank you letter sent to the foundation after the forum. The mission of the Regional Perinatal Forum is to encourage a collaborative effort to work together in planning perinatal forum and surrounding public health activities toward improving perinatal health in the Hudson Valley Region.…

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The Healthy From Birth for Life Program is officially on the map!

Below is an email from Cynthia Smith, Director of the Women & Infant Vitality Network Office on Maternal & Infant Health and Infant Mortality Reduction in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dear Healthy From Birth for Life Program, My office was created to reduce infant mortality in Cincinnati / Hamilton County Ohio. It is a collaborative, community wide effort that includes multiple organizations. One of our areas of focus is preconception health and community engagement. Your Healthy From Birth for Life Program seems to be…

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Healthy Newborns Are the Mission of the Children’s Health and Research Foundation

There is nothing more important than the health and well being of newborns and the mothers who give birth to them. With this in mind the Children's Health & Research Foundation, Inc. has dedicated itself to ensuring that infants and children in the Hudson Valley thrive and live long, healthy lives. The Foundation was established in the summer of 2010 as a public benefit tax-exempt not-for-profit corporation. It is based in White Plains and focuses primarily on education and outreach,…

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Maternal and Infant Community Health Collaborative Grant (MICHC)

The Lower Hudson Valley Perinatal Network (LHVPN) has received a five-year grant to work with communities to increase the number of healthy babies born in their neighborhoods. The Maternal and Infant Community Health Collaborative (MICHC) is an initiative for changing systems to improve birth outcomes and lead to healthier communities. It will focus on: Improving outcomes related to preterm (premature) births, low birth weight, infant mortality (death) and maternal mortality (death) Reducing health disparities in these birth outcomes Improving the health of…

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