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Provider Materials

To assist MCH providers in their work to improve the health of pregnant women and families in South Jersey, SNJPC offers its program materials free of charge. Materials can be used to educate patients on important health issues and connect them to support services provided by the Cooperative. Materials discuss smoking cessation, prenatal education, lead poisoning prevention, postpartum and more. Browse the catalog below to preview materials, learn about offered programs, and order items.

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Camden HealthyStart: Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies

Camden Healthy Start works with expectant and new parents in Camden County: providing one-on-one care to pregnant women, peer support for new dads and culturally relevant assistance to undocumented pregnant women. The Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalition brainstorms and implements community outreach and education initiatives to create better health outcomes for families in Camden. Coalition membership is available to individuals living or working in Camden.

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Camden Healthy Start: Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies (Spanish Version)

Camden Healthy Start works with expectant and new parents in Camden County. Pregnant women and new mothers receive one-on-one care, fathers are offered peer support and undocumented pregnant women receive culturally relevant assistance with parenting struggles. The Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalition brainstorms and implements culturally relevant outreach and education initiatives to create better health outcomes for this community. Coalition membership is offered to individuals living or working in Camden.

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Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalitions Brochure

Working in conjunction with the Cooperative, HMHB Coalitions initiate community events and outreach to lower infant mortality and improve the health of mothers and babies. Coalitions operate in Atlantic, Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties. Coalition membership is free and open to residents in these counties.

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Mom's Quit Connection Brochure

Available to pregnant women and new mothers residing in New Jersey, MQC provides free and individualized telephone and in-person smoking cessation services and support.

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NJ Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) Brochure

The Fetal and Infant Mortality Review monitors infant mortality to identify preventable factors and recommend system changes to protect future lives. Comprised of physicians, nurses, and social workers, FIMR interviews parents who’ve lost a child to better understand the circumstances surrounding the death. This voluntary program also promotes support services to assist families coping with a loss. FIMR is available to residents ofAtlantic and Cape May counties.

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Postpartum Wellness Initiative Brochure

Postpartum Wellness Initiative screens expectant and new mothers for postpartum depression and other periantal mood disorders. The program oversees free support groups and offers treatment referrals.

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South Jersey Lead Coalition Recruitment Brochure

The Regional Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Coalition plans lead education initiatives and community outreach to increase lead screening rates. Coalition membership represents a range of public health professionals in the South Jersey area. Members receive free access to educational materials, home safety trainings and lead tests.

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