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Maternal Health Report
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Healthy Beginnings At Home Policy Brief

Healthy Beginnings At Home

Infant Mortality Data and Briefs

Infant mortality or the death of a baby before his or her first birthday is a key indicator of a community’s overall well-being. CelebrateOne monitors data on Franklin County birth rates, infant mortality, and other key indicators to track progress towards ensuring that all babies—regardless of race, zip code or family income—celebrate their first birthdays. Most data briefs are updated quarterly.

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Quarterly Data Dashboard--A dashboard of birth, death, and program goal data over time for Franklin County and CelebrateOne neighborhoods.

Prematurity Data Brief--A closer look at preterm birth data by race and neighborhood. CelebrateOne program outcomes data.

Sleep-Related Infant Deaths Data Brief--A closer look at sleep related infant death data by race and neighborhood. CelebrateOne program outcomes data.

Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) Report--Case review team findings and recommendations based on data from infant deaths in 2020.

HBAH Process Evaluation Executive Summary--An assessment of the impact of Healthy Beginnings at Home (HBAH), a housing stabilization pilot program for pregnant women.

HBAH Evaluation Final Technical Report--A review of a research study conducted by Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the University of Delaware, assessing whether the HBAH program worked and how it can be improved.

Social Determinants of Health Data Brief--Measures of seven social determinants of health that impact birth outcomes for Franklin County and CelebrateOne neighborhoods. Data not updated quarterly.

CelebrateOne Neighborhood Data Dashboard -- Discover the impact of CelebrateOne and its participating partners and how our work is Making a Difference.