As a healthcare provider, it’s your goal to provide the best medical information and advice to your patients. Healthy Baby Network is here to help you do what you do better by providing you with the right connections and resources to give mothers and babies the best quality service you can.
We share the desire to give babies
the best start in life.
So let's do it together.
How we can help
If you think your patient needs assistance outside of her visits with you, our resource directory is a great place to look. Here you can find available programs in every topic related to prenatal health.
As health planners, we are all about continuous education. We provide presentations on topics related to prenatal health, ranging from the causes of racial health disparities to reducing elective cesarean birth. Contact our Health Educator, Ngozi Udo for more information.
Health Information Technology: PeerPlace Network
PeerPlace Network can help you discover what programs your patients are already in and what other needs they have. You’ll also find case management and referrals. Visit our PeerPlace page for more information or contact Information Technology Associate, Dominic Coppola.
Community Action Network (CAN)
The Healthy Baby Network CAN facilitates community action toward improved perinatal health program planning and service delivery, emphasizing reduction of disparate perinatal health outcomes through cross-sector sharing, service linkages, and elimination of barriers to perinatal health equity. The CAN stimulates collaboration toward a common agenda, a shared measurement approach, alignment of community resources, and mutually reinforcing activities. Members include: neighborhood residents; program participants; representatives from health and human service agencies that serve low income women of child bearing age and their families; and staff from Healthy Baby Network (HBN). This existing network aligned with ROC the Future in 2015. Focused on children from pre-conception to age 2, this network is developing action plans to address parenting education with a focus on fatherhood and safe and stable housing for pregnant and parenting women. This network of 40 active members, including pregnant and parenting moms and dads, meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. Contact Deanna Spiotta at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP to attend.
Let Us Help
Finding the most appropriate support service for your patients can be challenging – each program has its own eligibility rules, sometimes there are wait lists, and programs may start or end at any time. If you would like help ensuring that your patient gets to the most appropriate service, select Request Services, fill out as much information as you have (very little is required but the more we have the better we can serve your patient) and we’ll find the best service and make the referral for you.