Founded in 1991, the Cleveland MomsFirst Project is one of the original 15 Healthy Start sites. MomsFirst targets African American women in Cleveland’s most impoverished neighborhoods, with special efforts to reach adolescents, as well as homeless, substance abusing or incarcerated women.Read More
As NHSA has news and updates to share, we’ll post them here (see below). We’ll also post articles and other news from the Healthy Start projects. (The initial articles represent three eras of Healthy Start. Members: send your news and updates to NHSA’s webmaster for publication.)
July 2021: NHSA awarded two Maribeth Badura Healthy Start Scholarships. Read all about it in the August Newsletter.
July 2021: Have you seen NHSA’s four new publications? They are:
The Missouri Bootheel Healthy Start (MBHS) is located in Sikeston, Missouri, and is considered a “rural” project with a five-county service region. MBHS’s grantee is the Missouri Bootheel Regional Consortium, Inc. (MBRC), a non-profit entity.Read More
The University of Houston Graduate School of Social Work is the grantee for the Healthy Start project in Houston. Led by Associate Professor, Dr. McClain Sampson, the UH Healthy Start Initiative is the largest program in Houston designed to explicitly address these longstanding perinatal health disparities.Read More