Healthy Baby Network recognizes that health is not just related to medical care but also to social determinants. We strive to collaborate and partner across sectors to align work in order to more efficiently and effectively address the health and well-being of mothers and babies across the life cycle. Healthy Baby Network hosts Networking Sessions, participates on many coalitions, and maintains an active Community Action Network. Every September, during Infant Mortality Awareness Month, Healthy Baby Network hosts our onesie awareness campaign, a commemorative event for providers and families, and an annual conference. Join us in saying NO MORE. For registration and more information, click here.
Pregnant and Parenting Moms and Dads
This site includes information about pregnancy, how to have a healthy baby and how to keep baby healthy after birth. Click here for more information for moms and dads.
Health & Human Services Providers
Healthy Baby Network is a valuable resource for health and human service providers. We offer workshops and conferences to enable providers to identify and address both medical and psychosocial perinatal issues. This website also gives providers access to comprehensive and leading information on an ongoing basis. Click here for more health & human services providers information.
Healthy Baby Network is sponsored by
You helped us raise a total of $392.76 between our Roc the Day campaign and our CrowdRise Giving Tower campaign for Giving Tuesday! Thank you to all of our donors for your generous gifts to support vulnerable mothers and families. You truly make a difference. If you didn’t get a chance to give and would like to make a contribution, you can donate to our CrowdRise campaign through January 7, 2016! Read More
Healthy Baby Network sponsors many opportunities to learn about perinatal issues and to participate in finding ways to improve the health of babies and their mothers.
Countdown to Mother’s Day on May 8! This Mother’s Day, Healthy Baby Network invites you to celebrate the mothers who need it most.