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Prevention Agenda Partners: Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children

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Row numberCountyPriority Area NumberPriority Area Focus Area NumberFocus AreaPartnerPartner InformationPartner Main AddressPhone NumberEmail
1Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthAlbany County Health DepartmentCommunity Health Worker Program175 Green St., Albany, NY 12201(518) 447-4639pharrison@albanycounty.com
2Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthAlbany County Health DepartmentMaternal Infant Health Collaborative175 Green Street Albany NY 12207518-447-4695maribeth.miller@albanycounty.com
3Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthAlbany Medical Center Hospital - Regional Perinatal CenterRegional Perinatal Centers43 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208(518) 262-3003BossS@mail.amc.edu
4Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthMaternal Infant Network of the Capital RegionComprehensive Prenatal-Perinatal Networks883 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207(518) 426-1153amanda@communitycradle.org
5Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthWhitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center, Inc.Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)920 Lark Drive, Albany, 12207(518) 591-4463mmaserjian@wmyhealth.org
6Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthWomen's Health Center of Albany Medical CollegeSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)MC 1 47 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208(518) 262-6008VerdilV@mail.amc.edu
7Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthAlbanyChildren with Special Health Care Needs Program175 Green Street, Albany, NY 12202(518) 447-4814Deirdre.Romanski@albanycounty.com
8Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthAlbany County Health DepartmentCommunity Health Worker Program175 Green St., Albany, NY 12201(518) 447-4639pharrison@albanycounty.com
9Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthAlbany County Health DepartmentEarly Intervention Program112 State Street, Room 830, Albany, New York 12207(518) 447-4820dromanski@albanycounty.com
10Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthMaternal Infant Network of the Capital RegionComprehensive Prenatal-Perinatal Networks883 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207(518) 426-1153amanda@communitycradle.org
11Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthRegional Primary Care Network (RPCN)Statewide Oral Health Technical Assistance Center259 Monroe Avenue Rochester, NY 14607(585) 325-2280
12Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthSUNY Research FoundationKeeping NY Kids AliveP.O. Box 9 Albany, NY 12201-0009(518) 434-7065
13Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthWhitney M. Young Jr. Health ServicesSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)920 Lark Drive, Albany, 12207(518) 591-4463mmaserjian@wmyhealth.org
14Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthWhitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center, Inc.School Based Health Centers920 Lark Drive Albany NY 12207(518) 591-4479kpowers@wmyhealth.org
15Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthWomen's Health Center of Albany Medical CollegeSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)MC 1 47 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208(518) 262-6008VerdilV@mail.amc.edu
16Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children3Reproductive, Preconception And Inter-Conception HealthAlbany County Health DepartmentCommunity Health Worker Program175 Green St., Albany, NY 12201(518) 447-4639pharrison@albanycounty.com
17Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children3Reproductive, Preconception And Inter-Conception HealthCatholic Charities of Diocese of AlbanySuccessfully Transitioning Youth to Adolescence27 North Main Avenue, Albany, NY 12203(518) 482-8836Peg@ccms.org
18Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children3Reproductive, Preconception And Inter-Conception HealthMaternal Infant Network of the Capital RegionComprehensive Prenatal-Perinatal Networks883 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207(518) 426-1153amanda@communitycradle.org
19Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children3Reproductive, Preconception And Inter-Conception HealthUpper Hudson Planned ParenthoodComprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention855 Central Ave , Albany, NY 12206(518) 434-5678chelly@uhpp.org
20Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children3Reproductive, Preconception And Inter-Conception HealthUpper Hudson Planned ParenthoodFamily Planning Program855 Central Avenue , Albany, NY 12206(518) 434-5678chelly@uhpp.org
21Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthAllegany County Department of HealthSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)7 Court Street, Belmont, NY 14813(585) 268-9247ballenl@alleganyco.com
22Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthGenesee Valley BOCESMigrant and Seasonal Farmworker Health Program3 Mount Morris-Leicester Road Leicester, NY 14481(585) 658-7960rlynch@gvboces.org
23Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthWestern NY Public Health AllianceMaternal Infant Health Collaborative60 Dingens Street Buffalo, NY 14206716-983-6179wnypublichealthalliance@gmail.com
24Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthWomen and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo - Regional Perinatal CenterRegional Perinatal Centers219 Bryant Street, Buffalo, NY 14222(716) 878-7216Lhubbard@kaleidahealth.org
25Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthAllegany County Department of HealthChildren with Special Health Care Needs Program7 Court Street, Room 30, Country Office Belmont NY 14813-1076(585) 268-9259reynolRD@alleganyco.com
26Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthAllegany County Department of HealthEarly Intervention Program7 Court Street – County Office Building, Belmont, New York 14813(585) 268-9767wilcoxlk@alleganyco.com
27Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthAllegany County Department of HealthSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)7 Court Street, Belmont, NY 14813(585) 268-9247ballenl@alleganyco.com
28Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthRegional Primary Care Network (RPCN)Statewide Oral Health Technical Assistance Center259 Monroe Avenue Rochester, NY 14607(585) 325-2280
29Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children2Child HealthSUNY Research FoundationKeeping NY Kids AliveP.O. Box 9 Albany, NY 12201-0009(518) 434-7065
30Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children3Reproductive, Preconception And Inter-Conception HealthACCORDComprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention84 Schuyler Street , Belmont, NY 14813(585) 268-7605tbroshar@accordcorp.org
31Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children3Reproductive, Preconception And Inter-Conception HealthAllegany County Health DepartmentFamily Planning ProgramCounty Office Building 7 Court Street, Belmont, NY 14813(585) 268-9491ballenl@alleganyco.com
32Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthBronx Health LinkComprehensive Prenatal-Perinatal Networks851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451(718) 590-2647pspencer@bronxhealthlink.org
33Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthBronx Lebanon Hospital CenterSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)Doctor's Dorm 3rd Floor, 1276 Fulton Avenue, Bronx, NY 10456(718) 901-8600vdemarco@bronxleb.org
34Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthBronx Lebanon Hospital(HFNY)Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting1276 Fulton Avenue Bronx, NY 10456(718) 960-2084
35Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthCatholic Guardian Society and Home Bureau (HFNY)Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting1011 First Ave, NewYork, NY 10022(212) 371-1011
36Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthLincoln Medical and Mental Health Center (NYCHHC)Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)10th Floor 160 Water Street New York, NY 10038(646) 458-7753mahendra.patel@nychhc.org
37Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthMontefiore Medical CenterSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)1 Fordham Plaza Suite 1100 Bronx, NY 10458(718) 405-4250jorrodri@montefiore.org
38Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthMontefiore Medical Center - Regional Perinatal CenterRegional Perinatal Centers1825 Eastchester Road 7th Fl Bronx, NY 10461718-904-2794lbiggs@montefiore.org
39Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthMorris Heights Health CenterCommunity Health Worker Program2306 Walton Avenue, Bronx, NY 10468(718) 483-1251twilliams@mhhc.org
40Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthMorris Heights Health CenterSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)85 West Burnside Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453(718) 483-1270vgreenland@mhhc.org
41Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthMorris Heights Health Center (HFNY)Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting85 W Burnside Ave , Bronx, NY 10453(718) 483-1270
42Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthMorrisania Diagnostic & Treatment CenterSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)10th Floor 160 Water Street New York, NY 10038(646) 458-7753mahendra.patel@nychhc.org
43Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthNew York Health and Hospital Corporation - Bellevue HC and Jacobi - Regional Perinatal CenterRegional Perinatal Centers462 First Avenue 8W31, New York, NY 10016(212) 562-6438zina.jones@bellevue.nychhc.org
44Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthNorth Central Bronx HospitalSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)1400 Pelham Parkway, Bldg. 1, 4 NW-A NCB - Jacobi Medical Center WIC Program, Bronx, NY 10461(718) 918-4000maria.canton@nbhn.net
45Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthNYC DOH and Mental HygieneNurse Family Partnership- (TANF Funding)158 East 115th Street , New York, NY 10029(646) 672-2892rholderm@health.nyc.gov
46Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthNYC DOH and Mental Hygiene (NFP)Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting2 Layfayette Street, New York, NY 100007(212) 442-1764llandau@health.nyc.gov
47Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthNYC DOH/MHHealthy Mom Healthy Baby42-09 28th Street, Queens, NY 11101(347) 396-4526rholderm@health.nyc.gov
48Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthSt. Barnabas HospitalSpecial Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)Braker Building, 4422 Third Avenue, Bronx, NY 10457(718) 960-9454pbelair@sbhny.org
49Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthUrban Health PlanCommunity Health Worker Program1065 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10459(718) 542-5555colette.sturgis@urbanhealthplan.org
50Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant HealthUrban Health PlanMaternal Infant Health Collaborative1065 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10459718-589-2440 x4238eileen.leach@urbanhealthplan.org

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This view of the Prevention Agenda Partner Contact Information: 2013 dataset contains the partners working on the prevention agenda priority area, "Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children." The dataset is organized by county, priority area and focus area. Each partner’s address, phone number and in many cases e-mail contact are provided.The Prevention Agenda 2013-17 is New York State’s health improvement plan for 2013 through 2017. This plan involves a unique mix of organizations including local health departments, health care providers, health plans, community based organizations, advocacy groups, academia, employers as well as state agencies, schools, and businesses whose activities can influence the health of individuals and communities and address health disparities. This unprecedented collaboration is designed to demonstrate how communities across the state can work together to improve the health and quality of life for all New Yorkers. The purpose of the dataset is to provide the public, health providers and tentative DOH partners with some basic information about who in NYS is working on prevention agenda related items. For more information check out http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/prevention_agenda/2013-2017/, or go to the "About" tab.

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