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Black Infant Health is a unique program that provides support within a culturally affirming environment, honoring the unique history of African American women. Black Infant Health aims to help African American women have healthy babies.
Women can be referred by their doctors, school nurses, Fresno County outreach workers, public health nurses or self-referral in office, by phone, : bih fresnocountyca. All pregnant African American women in Fresno County regardless of income. Women must be over 18 years of age and less than 30 weeks into their pregnancy.
Education on pregnancy, stress reduction, labor and delivery, breastfeeding, healthy relationships and infant care. We also engage in prenatal activities such as prenatal yoga. In addition, we provide access to items for mom and baby, transportation assistance and childcare for all sessions and activities. The program supports and empowers young women to make healthy life choices for themselves and their families by building on their strengths. Women participate in the program from 6 months to 1 year, including case management and additional events or activities.
Each session lasting 2 hours with refreshments and childcare provided.
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email: [email protected] - phone:(354) 297-7757 x 8325
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