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These programs are intended for health care professionals; however, others may also be interested and are welcome to register. For information on continuing education credits, please contact Sarah Muller-Robbins, RN, MPH, IBCLC, ICCE, Director of Education at srobbins@pmch.org or use this form.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Understanding, screening, and supporting individuals in the school setting

On-Demand Webinar

This on-demand program is an opportunity for school nurses, pediatric nurses, and other school-based professionals to develop an understanding of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).

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Developmental Implications of Utilizing Family Centered Care in the Treatment of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Tuesday, December 13, 2022
2:00 – 3:00 pm EST

This webinar seeks to discuss the impact of stigma on the mother, the child, the provider, and on the current health system as it
pertains to the dissemination of best practice and care. Further, it will discuss an overview of NAS, how it is currently treated, and
new research for improved treatment. Finally, it will discuss longitudinal studies that highlight the medical, social, developmental,
and behavioral impact of NAS beyond the neonatal period.

With Lindsay Weinstein, MSN, RN, CPNP and Jessica Middleberg, PsyD, Children’s Specialized Hospital.

For staff of the Partnership member hospitals, Northern New Jersey nonprofit organizations, and NJDOH/ DCF, please use the code PMCHMH when registering for no-cost registration.

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Asset-Based Research and Black Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health

Thursday, December 15, 2022
12:00 – 1:00 pm EST

This webinar will describe the racial disparities in sexual and reproductive health in Black women and review the utility of asset-based research for improving Black women’s sexual and reproductive health outcomes.

Jaleah Rutledge is a Birth Equity Research Scholar for the National Birth Equity Collaborative and PhD candidate in Ecological-Community Psychology at Michigan State University. She also holds an MA in Psychology from Michigan State University, as well as a BS in Psychology and BA in communications from Tuskegee University. Her program of research focuses on racial health disparities, health equity, and health promotion among marginalized populations. More specifically, she is interested in understanding and utilizing strengths-based approaches for the promotion and protection of Black women’s sexual and reproductive health. She hopes to use her research as a tool to enhance community based programmatic efforts that work to improve Black women’s sexual and reproductive health.

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PCOS: At the intersection of family building and fertility

Wednesday, January 11, 2023
10:00 – 11:00 am EST

One of the increased risks for women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is infertility. This webinar will explore the challenges for women with PCOS when navigating infertility and pregnancy. Focusing on insight and strategies, we will discuss ways to support and provide tools.

Andrea M. Braverman, Ph.D., is a Clinical Professor with a joint appointment in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University. She is a health psychologist specializing in medical health management, infertility counseling, and third-party reproduction issues. Dr. Braverman received the Timothy Jeffries Memorial award in 2011 for outstanding contributions as a health psychologist from the American Psychological Association.

For staff of the Partnership member hospitals, Northern New Jersey nonprofit organizations, and NJDOH/ DCF, please use the code PMCHMH when registering for no-cost registration.

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On-Demand Professional Education

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Watch our latest episode 

June 22, 2022
Live on Facebook

Join us live as Partnership President and CEO Mariekarl Vilceus-Talty welcomes Kevin Cox, FELLAS Program Supervisor, to discuss fatherhood and more.

Ballin’ with the FELLAS Weekly Pick-Up Game

Come play ball with the FELLAS and learn more about the fatherhood program.  Each week, the FELLAS team will be at a different Essex County basketball court.  Learn more here.

Volunteer Opportunity

We’re recruiting volunteer ambassadors for Trusted Links! Join us for one of our monthly online training sessions to gain professional skills and learn more about how you can empower your community. This program is open to Black women of child-bearing age living or going to school in northern New Jersey. See program details and get involved.

Support Groups
We offer an array of support group opportunities for women and families. Learn more.

Family Support Programs
Our family support and home visitation programs are operational and accepting referrals. Using tele-health and other virtual tools, we continue to connect with and support expectant and new mothers and their families.

Community-based organizations and health care providers can make referrals to Healthy Families, the Nurse-Family Partnership, Parents as Teachers, the Early Childhood Specialist Initiative, and Healthy Women Healthy Families. 

Call Connecting NJ and get connected to family support programs:

Bergen & Passaic Counties  – 973-942-3630
Hudson & Union Counties – 201-876-8900
Morris County – 973-343-2650

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