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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 1 - October 31

HSCMD is proud to help spread awareness. For more information, please visit the National Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation by clicking here.


October 1 - October 31

HSCMD is helping to bring Awareness to Pregnancy and Infant Loss! For more information, please visit the National SHARE organization by clicking here.

For further assistance on how you can get services in Miami, please visit our website or contact us at 305-541-0210 or via e-mail at share@hscmd.org


Another Year to reflect on our Success! HSCMD is proud to host it's Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony! Please visit our site to register and even become a SPONSOR!

For RSVP information, click here.

And if you want to help SPONSOR our event...click here for more information.


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Too many babies in the United States are born preterm, of low birth weight, or with birth defects. In 2008, the U.S. infant mortality rate was 6.61 per 1,000 live births. In the 2005 international rankings, the United States ranked 30th in infant mortality, behind other developed countries including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and most European countries. Improving the health of women of childbearing age, before they conceive, is essential to changing these trends, yet millions of women do not receive evidence-based prevention services, primary care, and treatment due to a lack of health coverage or limited access to quality care. Many women do not currently benefit from clinical and community preventive services that could improve their health for a lifetime and help them have healthy babies when, and if, they choose to do so. Unfortunately, many women also continue to face multiple barriers such as violence and poverty and might live in neighborhoods that impede their ability to reach their full potential for health and well-being. The objectives of this action plan are to advance the knowledge of women and their partners, increase the availability of evidence-based services, and improve the health of communities in our nation. To learn more about the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Preconception Health and Healthcare Initiative "Show Your Love" click here.


 
Use the arrow buttons on the calendar to find your training for the future months. Select a day to view trainings for that day.


 
Click here if you are a professional working in the field of maternal, infant and child health
Click here if you are a staff person from a Healthy Start, HealthConnect In The Early Years or MomCare Program contracted by HSCMD
Click here if you are a participant of Healthy Start, HealthConnect In The Early Years or MomCare Program?
 
 
 
11/20/2014
HSCMD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
 
12/5/2014
HSCMD Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony 2014
 
1/15/2015
HSCMD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
 
2/24/2015
HSCMD BOARD of DIRECTORS' MEETING
 
3/19/2015
HSCMD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
 
4/28/2015
HSCMD BOARD of DIRECTORS' MEETING
 
5/21/2015
HSCMD EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
 
6/23/2015
HSCMD BOARD of DIRECTORS' MEETING
 
 
May is Melanoma Awareness Month
 
National Child Abuse Prevention Month
 
National Infant Immunization Week - April 26 - May 3, 2014
 
Affirming Fatherhood Conference 2014
 
2013 News: Pregnant and the Flu Vaccine
 
HSCMD Moving Announcement
 
Congratulations! Six New Sites Selected to Implement Home Visiting Programs
 
C-Section Rates - Third Year Stability in Numbers
 
Big baby boom: Supersize Deliveries have Doctors Worried
 
New Data Reports at the Healthy Start Coalition of Miami-Dade website
 
Social Media - Healthy Start Coalition of Miami-Dade is HERE
 
Healthy People 2020 - Maternal, Infant and Child Health Goals
 
Maternal and Infant Mortality Rates Reduced by Peer Support
 
Twelve studies show benefits of home visiting programs
 
La Leche League Meetings