The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey was a merger of three state child and maternal health consortia in 2012. Licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, the Partnership serves as the lead planning agency for maternal and child health services in Northern New Jersey.
Our mission is to meet the healthcare needs of women, infants and children in NJ while coordinating education, outreach and advocacy through regional planning and collaboration. The consortium conducts extensive community outreach and educational programs for the consumers and health care providers in the state of New Jersey.
The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey conducts awareness programs within the community through a variety of ways including small group discussions, special events, health fairs, and consumer-focused newsletters written in various languages, including English and Spanish.
- All women will have access to safe births using best clinical practices.
- All children will maximize their potential to grow, learn, and thrive through the support of a healthy family and community.
- Race and ethnicity will no longer be contributing factors to health care access and outcomes.
View the 2021 Impact Report here.
View the 2019 Impact Report here.
View our 2018 Impact Report, click here.