Thousands of sudden, unexpected infant deaths occur each year. Research indicates the vast majority are accidental and are due to babies sleeping in unsafe sleeping environments with nearly three-fourths attributed to infants in unsafe sleep areas. The Buffalo...
WBFO highlights BPPN's community health workers. Helping young mothers one door at a time
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BPPN is part of the NYS Maternal Mortality Task Force. Recently, BPPN CEO LuAnne Brown and Grace Dunn who is one of our Healthy Families program participants attended a meeting in Albany. Check out the new story by WIVB
Please visit the link below to learn about five ways that fathers can participate and contribute to breastfeeding. https://dadspadblog.com/2018/10/01/5-ways-dads-can-participate-in-breastfeeding/
BPPN is proud to be a breastfeeding friendly workplace along with many other Erie County businesses. http://www2.erie.gov/health/index.php?q=breastfeeding-friendly-workplace-designation
This Fall 2018 BPPN and our partners at Engaging Fathers and Say Yes Buffalo will be hosting a Nurturing Fathers Program series. Any Fathers and Father figures interested in this free education should contact Antoine Johnson at BPPN- 884-6711 ext. 279 or...
Congratulations to the Fathers that graduated last night from the first class of the BPPN Nurturing Fathers Program. If any Father is interested in learning more about this program please call Antoine Johnson at 884-6711 ext. 279.
BPPN's Responsible Fatherhood Initiative Program in The Buffalo News. Rod Watson: Training helps dads nurture healthy relationships with their kids