CAMBA’s Maternal and Infant Health (MIH) Program promotes women’s health through evidence-based health education curriculums and short-term case management. The program focuses on improving maternal and infant health outcomes through education, support and individualized service planning designed to address women’s needs. Our Community Health Workers provide health workshops and one-on-one health and parenting education in the home, before, during or between pregnancies. They help families access healthcare and community resources, continue their own education and employment, and support their child’s optimal development. Mothers are screened for depression and other behavioral risks.
Who is eligible? Women of reproductive age (13 to 50) living in the following Brooklyn zip codes: 11236, 11226 and 11212. This program is funded by Public Health Solutions.
For further information, please call us at (718) 826-2223, You can also visit of Community Office at 21 Snyder Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11226.