“I JUST WANT US TO BE HEARD”: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF PERINATAL EXPERIENCES AMONG WOMEN OF COLOR
Thirty-two Black women held nothing back. They were honest. They didn’t hide their emotions when it came to sharing their stories about birth – before, during and after.
The women participated in a research study conducted by Nationwide Children’s Hospital. The purpose of the study was twofold; to understand the experiences of women of color as they relate to pregnancy; to reduce racial health disparities as outlined in CelebrateOne’s strategic plan.
Read more about the study.
StepOne for Pregnant Women
Are you pregnant and need to make your first doctor appointment? Are you looking for housing? StepOne is here to connect women with affordable, timely and convenient prenatal care, and resources for a healthy pregnancy.
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Baby Bump & Beyond
Baby Bump & Beyond captures a diverse array of options for moms and families to engage with trained professionals who offer support and services – at no cost to the family.
Infant Mortality Data Available
Preliminary infant mortality data for 2019 and 2018 for Franklin County are now online. Look at a snapshot of the 2018 data or dive deeper with the 2019 data dashboard and briefs on safe sleep, prematurity, and social determinants of health. Visit CelebrateOne's Data Page
Pregnancy & Parenting Support Groups
Pregnancy and parenting support groups help expecting parents learn about having a healthy baby, answer your questions, talk to healthcare professionals, and share resources. Groups meet in many neighborhoods through Moms2B, Mothers Cove, and Baby Nook.
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