Programs & Services
Our programs provide a variety of services that aid to reduce maternal and infant mortality while strengthening the family. We invite you to learn more about our programs below.
A program designed for at-risk Black/African American and Hispanic pregnant women to reduce gestational hypertension and diabetes.
Emergency Basic Needs Assistance provides emergency financial services such as rental, utility, transportation, or food assistance to help Broward County individuals and families in crisis meet their basic needs.
The Fatherhood Mentorship Program provides fathers and all male caregivers in Broward County with individual/group educational mentorship, case management and family therapy.
M.O.M.S. provides counseling, parenting education, case management services, and support groups to women who are experiencing depression, anxiety, and difficulty bonding with the baby during pregnancy and postpartum.
Parenting / Counseling
M.O.M.S. (Mothers Overcoming Maternal Stress)
Healthy Families is a
nationally-accredited family support and coaching program that helps parents provide the safe and stable environments children need for healthy growth and development.
Parenting / Coaching
The Mahogany Project is a health education program targeting high-risk pregnant women in the 33311, 33309, 33313, 33319, and 33068 zip codes. Mothers learn how to monitor and improve their health.