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- Postpartum Services
Health care provider will check your mood and emotional well-being.
- 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!
- Supporting Our Special Needs Families
Though there are many resources available for families with special needs members, sometimes the families are not aware of what they have access to. Also having to care for family members daily can take its toll sometimes. Knowing this, HHFC's birth summit theme for this year is focused on providing needed information and resources for these families in particular. With experienced panelists, families experiencing similar challenges, resources, prizes, and more this 3-day summit will benefit all those that are in attendance. all in attendance.
- Brownsville Safety Alliance
Third week of the September, as a local agency, HHFC attended week-long outdoor events which were hosted by The Brownsville Safety Alliance (BSA). The common purpose of these events was increasing access of the residents of Brownsville, Brooklyn to healthcare and social services which is a part of a broader anti-violence and anti-crime strategy introduced by Inspector Terrell Anderson in the 73rd Precinct. During these week-long events, like HHFC many local agencies brought their services directly to the community by tabling on the sidewalk for several hours each day, for six days in a row to network with each other and to improve referrals to services for Brownsville residents. The local Cure Violence agency, Brownsville In Violence Out (BIVO) at CAMBA, was present for the entire event and available to respond to 911 calls and other potentially disruptive situations. BIVO, along with other Crisis Management Service (CMS) agencies, was tasked with reducing gun violence in Brownsville through Credible Messengers and de-escalation strategies from the violence interruption field. Data collection activities and communications support were provided by the From Punishment to Public Health (P2PH) initiative at John Jay College and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, in collaboration with WeBuildtheBlock. The October BSA was he most successful of all the events held during 2021 because over 60 agencies participated in the event. Agencies reported over 2,400 touches with clients throughout the week, and they made over 630 referrals to services. Overall, agencies reported a positive outlook on the event and expressed a desire to continue attending in the future.
- Hope and Healing Family Center is 8 Years Old!
September 14, 2014 is the date when everything started. Through the prayers and encouragement of family, friends and colleagues, Mrs. Suzette Jules Jack planted the first seeds of HHFC with one purpose; serving underserved communities! We Have Reached More Than 74 Low- Income Families HHFC believes in equality in opportunity. Therefore, strengthening children and families in Brownsville, Bushwick, Bedford Stuyvesant, East New York and other low-income neighboring communities by providing services to address maternal and early childhood health disparities is our sacred mission. During these 8 years, we have reached more than 74 low- income families through Community birthing services (doula), Postpartum services, Milk Depot and Case management services. We had more than 76 births with the support of HHFC Doulas. Click to Tweet. Our First Official Diaper Bank Is In Brooklyn We are proud to announce at our 8th anniversary that we have started to serve as HHFC Brooklyn Diaper Bank! HHFC believes that clean diapers are a basic need for babies and their caregivers. Diaper need is a significant problem in the U.S. and affects more than five million children living in poor or low-income families. Babies without clean diapers are exposed to more potential health risks & less likely accepted to daycares, leaving parents unable to attend work. Our work helps ensure families have enough diapers for their infants and toddlers. No one should have to worry about affording this basic need! Click to Tweet! We will be doing our best to reach more and more underserved families throughout Brooklyn communities by providing services to address maternal and early childhood health disparities. Thank you to all our donors, doulas, staff, volunteers and interns, for being with us on this journey! We couldn’t do it without your support! Happy Birthday HHFC! If you would like to share this journey and our services please Click to Tweet!
- Diaper Bank |HH Family Center |Brooklyn |NewYork
HOPE AND HEALING FAMILY CENTER BROOKLYN DIAPER BANK Learn more about HHFC Brooklyn Diaper Bank service. Overview Diaper need – the lack of a sufficient supply of diapers to keep a baby or child clean, dry, and healthy – is a significant problem in the U.S. According to the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN), diaper need affects more than five million children living in poor or low-income families. Babies without clean diapers are exposed to more potential health risks & less likely accepted to daycares, leaving parents unable to attend work. HHFC believes that clean diapers are a basic need for babies and their caregivers. Our work helps ensure families have enough diapers for their infants and toddlers. No one should have to worry about affording this basic need! (Diaper sizes we distribute are from NB to size 7. No wipes and no pull-ups.) 10,936 The number of the diapers we have distributed so far. To get benefit from this service please fill out below intake form. We will be in touch with you within 24 hrs. Intake Form Formulario de Admisión Patient/ Client Referral Form Download Patient/ Client Referral Form Download Consent Form To donate diapers please call ahead and stop by our office! HHFC's Office Address OFFICE ADDRESS: 1420 Bushwick Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11207 Suite 348. HHFC's Phone Number PHONE: Office: 1 (347) 384-1494
- 2nd Annual Birth Summit | hhfc
Register for our Free 3-day Confrence 1 Day 1 Monday April 10, 2023 On our panel for this day, there will be a NICU nurse, a high-risk pregnancy doctor, and a mental health therapist. 2 Day 2 Wednesday April 12, 2023 This day is geared towards special needs infants to young adults. 3 Day 3 Friday April 14, 2023 Adult support, Community services, and available resources Register Today Click to register H.H.F.C. 2nd Annual Birth Summit " Supporting Special Needs Families"
- Brooklyn |HH Family Center |Brooklyn |NewYork
Welcome to Hope and Healing Family Center Hope and Healing Family Center serves to strengthen families through education & empowerment. We speak English and Spanish ! HHFC BROOKLYN DIAPER BANK ! Our work helps ensure families have enough diapers for their infants and toddlers. No one should have to worry about affording this basic need! Learn More HHFC BROOKLYN DIAPER BANK Learn More DOULA APPLICATIONS Apply Now CASE MANAGEMENT Learn More COMMUNITY BIRTHING SERVICES Learn More BROWNSVILLE BREAST MILK DEPOT Learn More POSTPARTUM SERVICES Learn More DOULA TRAINING PROGRAM Learn More PROGRAMS AND SERVICES If Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle is able to get a doula to give birth, you have the same privilege as her. Learn about the Programs and Services HHFC provides to mothers and families. All services are provided in English and Spanish . OUR COLLABORATORS To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. LATEST BLOG POSTS Mar 24 1 min Supporting Our Special Needs Families Post not marked as liked Oct 26, 2022 1 min Brownsville Safety Alliance Post not marked as liked Oct 13, 2022 2 min Hope and Healing Family Center is 8 Years Old! Post not marked as liked See All SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER Enter your email address Go Welcome to the community!