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  • Community Birthing Services

    Receive a consultation and learn about the benefits of a community birthing specialist. You will also: - Determine your eligibility for our birthing services - Get assitance with creating a birth plan specific to you - Receive bithing assistance leading up to due date - and more!

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  • Public Hearing on Perinatal Care, Maternal Morbidity & Mortality

    Photo credit: https://www.harvardpilgrim.org On November 30, 2021, the Assembly Standing Committee on Health and the Assembly Task Force on Women's issues hosted a public hearing to discuss the importance of perinatal care, maternal morbidity and mortality. The hearing called attention to both the quality and accessibility of these issues as it relates to motherhood. Throughtout the course of the hearing, quality of healthcare in relation to pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum have been shown to have great importance. The discussion brought a focus to how barriers with general understanding as well as accessibility may pose a issue amongst families. To provide more insight it's important to understand the general terminology surrounding the topic at hand. Key Terms Perinatal Care: is the care mother's recieve before and after birth relating to increasing pregnancy outcomes and decreasing maternal mortality. Maternal Morbidity: short or long term medical issues that occur due to pregnancy and/or childbirth. Maternal Mortality: is the death of a mother due to complications during pregnancy or childbirth. With an understanding of these terms, hosting public hearings such as this one call attention to complications surrounding pregnancy that is not otherwise spoken about. While sticking to talking points surrounding these issues, the hearing also examined causes and extensive consequences amongst motherhood and pregnancy. In efforts to move forward and provide solutions, its important to keep this dialogue open throughout communities. In correlation to Hope and Healing Family Center, the organization hopes to host and open further conversations centered around educating families!

  • The Brownville Community Cafe Hosts Their 2021 Thanksgiving Feast

    Picture Above: Community volunteers and community members ready to help and enjoy their holiday feast. On November 21, 2021 the Brownsville Community and HHFC attended "The Brownsville Community Cafe's Thanksgiving Feast". The event was hosted by the 73rd Precinct and various community partners. The day consisted of various members of the community joining together in fellowship and food! The Brownsville Community Cafe continously hosts events like this one to encourge a stronger community with Brownsville residents. Be sure to look out for some of their events in the future!

  • Changes Are Coming To The Brownsville Multi-Purpose Family Center

    Pictured Above: HHFC with local NYPD officers, Mayor Bill de Blasio, and The Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls On October 11, 2021 Hope and Healing Family Center attended the "International Day Of The Girl Child" at the Brownsville Multi-Service Center. The event was hosted by Congresswomen Yvette D. Clarke, Assemblywoman Latrice M. Walker, and Council Member Alicka Ampry-Samuel. Throughout the event there was an abudance of community members, leaders, local politicians, and activities. During the event, redevelopment plans for the Brownsville Multi-Service Center were revealed. The upcoming plans consists of a complete renovation of the entire Brownsville Multi-Service Center, with special emphasis on women empowerment. The new facility includes a girl's empowerment center, as well as a overall multi-use space for the community. Hope and Healing Family Center can't wait to see these plans progress and come to life. Great things are coming to our community and we look forward to witnessing the journey!

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  • 1st ANNUAL BIRTH SUMMIT | Hope and Healing Family Center. Inc. | New York

    HHFC 1st Annual Birth Summit Thank you for making our 1st Annual Birth Summit a memorable one! We look forward to hosting more events like this one in the future! Special thank to Aya Paper Co. for being our sponsor! HHFC 1st Birth Summit | 11,13,15 April, 2022 | Gregory Jackson Center

  • About Us | Hope and Healing Family Center. Inc. | Brooklyn | New York

    ABOUT US Learn about the history and mission of Hope and Healing Family center. HISTORY Suzette Jules-Jack is the founder and CEO of Hope and Healing Family Center. In the early 1990s Mrs. Jack felt a compelling responsibility to create a non-profit organization geared towards assisting and educating underserved families. Despite this ambitious goal, Mrs. Jack wasn’t always certain about her capabilities as a leader of such an imperative organization. However, through the prayers and encouragement of family, friends, and colleagues, Mrs. Jack has been able to see HHFC plant it’s roots. When first embarking on this journey, Mrs. Jack took on great amounts of research and education which ultimately led her to obtaining both her Bachelor's and Master’s degree in Public Administration from Metropolitan College of New York. Throughout her academic journey Mrs. Jack received mentors that gave encouragement as well as guidance on how to start and run a non-profit within this sector. Once Mrs. Jack found assurance in her role within Hope and Healing Family Center, she unfortunately lost both her mother and daughters. Despite this unfortunate circumstance, Mrs. Jack continued to garner support and encouragement. This fundamentally led to the official launch of HHFC on September 14, 2014. ​ Before Mrs. Jack’s mother passed away; she shared a book that highlighted the seven principles of leadership. These guiding principles created the foundation of Hope and Healing Family Center’s values. Seven Essential Principals of Leadership Discipline: Without this essential quality, all other gifts remain as dwarfs: they cannot grow.​ Vision: People of vision gauge decisions on the future; the story of the past cannot be rewritten. ​ Wisdom: The faculty of making the use of knowledge.​ Decision: When all the facts are in, swift and clear decision is the mark of a true leader.​ Courage: Leaders require courage of the highest order.​ Humility: The hallmark of the spiritual leader.​ Integrity and Sincerity: These two qualities of leadership were part of God’s law for the Israelites (Deuteronomy 18:1). OUR PURPOSE The purpose of Hope and Healing Family Center (HHFC) Community Birthing Services Program (CBSP) is to help strengthen children and families in Brownsville, Bedford Stuyvesant, East New York and other low-income neighboring communities. OUR MISSION To improve the quality of life by strengthening, empowering and educating underserved families throughout Brooklyn communities by providing services to address maternal and early childhood health disparities. OUR VISION To provide long-term comprehensive care delivery services to the underserved population in Brownsville, Bedford Stuyvesant, East New York and other low-income neighboring communities so they can lead a healthier and productive lifestyle.

  • EVENTS | Hope and Healing Family Center. Inc. | New York

    OUR EVENTS Take a look at our FREE events and add them to your calender. INFO SESSION HOW TO CHOOSE A PEDIATRICIAN? HHFC and Tribeca Pediatrics are getting together to organize an info session. In this powerful info session we willl be covering topics on how to find the best pediatrician, what questions to ask and find out if your pediatrician offering the care you need. View More Register 1ST ANNUAL BIRTH SUMMIT Our 1st Birth Summit took place in April,11-13-15, 2022. In this summit we met with many social workers, lactation consultants and dolulas to talk about maternal mobility, maternal mortality, mental health, birth/postpartum planning, doula services, breastfedding and more! View More More

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