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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!

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  • 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!

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  • Case Management Intern | Hope and Healing Family Center. Inc. | New York

    CASE MANAGEMENT INTERN Learn more about our Case Management Intern position. Applications are now being accepted on a rolling basis. Apply today! Overview of the Position: Case Management Interns must demonstrate the ability to work with and establish a trusting relationship with clients and community service providers. Responsibilities: Participate in community events and activities to contribute to building a stronger nuclear with family Be able to work some weekends. Organize community network events. Provide information, resources, and support to families. Maintain daily progress notes on all activities and interaction. Cultivate strong relationships with community service providers, schools, churches, and community partners to enhance referrals. Facilitate dialogues that encourage community involvement in planning and decision-making. Collaborate with the early childhood developmental programs based on community need to promote positive relationships, support positive child development, and promote family literacy. Accompany clients to and from any of the following: hospital, home, foster care, family court. Assist in maintaining the resource library. Any additional duties as needed. Requirements: Attend a 2 or 4-year accredited institution Major in social work or any related field Strong interpersonal skills Bilingual preferred (Spanish and English) Proficiency in Microsoft suite and Google drive Strong writing ability To apply please email a resume and cover letter to hhfc01@ymail.com . In the subject line please put the position you are applying for.

  • 1st ANNUAL BIRTH SUMMIT |HH Family Center |Brooklyn |NewYork

    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

  • Mommy To Be Classes | hhfc

    Mommy To Be Workout Class Register for our Children's Workout Class Today! Program Overview Hope and Healing Family Center is excited to announce our mommy to be workout sessions! These sessions will give expecting mothers the opportunity to connect, have fun, and get active! All sessions will be conducted on zoom with instructor Ariana Carthan. ​ Date: February 4, 2022 - April 1, 2022 (Every Friday) Program Duration: 9 weeks (9 sessions) Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm Where: Zoom (Link will be provided before sessions begin) Instructor: Ariana Carthan ​ Cost: $120 ($15 per session with your first session free!) ​ How To Register: Fill out and submit class registration form Fill out and upload physician form (Form must be signed by a physician) Fill out photo/ video consent form Pay for session on Hope and Healing Family website Get Excited For Sessions To Begin! ​ ​ Click Links Below for Registration Forms: Class Registration Form: ​ ​ ​ Physician Forms: ​ ​ ​ Photo/Video Consent Form: ​ ​ ​ Pay For Sessions Here: Click Here For Registration Form Click Here For Physician Form Click Here to Upload Physician Form Click Here For Photo/ Video Form Pay Here

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