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Black Infant Health

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Black Infant Health

The San Diego County Black Infant Health Program (BIH), operated by the Neighborhood House Association, provides services to pregnant and parenting African-American women to help ensure that all babies are born healthy with the goal of reducing the black infant mortality rate. Mothers-to-be and new moms participate in 10 week prenatal and postpartum groups and benefit from other valuable referrals, incentives, and life-planning activities that encourage them to make heathy life choices for themselves and their families.
According to County statistics, African-American infants are more than twice as likely to die during their first year of life compared to all of San Diego County’s infants combined. The goal of the Black Infant Health program is to decrease the African-American infant mortality rate, empower women to build resilience and reduce stress, increase the health and wellness of African-American mothers and children, and increase awareness of African-American infant health disparities.

Black Infant Health

Contact Person:

Iris Payne

Phone:

(619) 880-3591

Building

286

Floor:

3rd.

Suite:

308