Resources & Links


NYS Wic Program is outlined with detailed information, forms and locations on the Catholic Charities Website. Catholic Charities WIC program serves approximately 20,000 participants each month in Erie and Niagara Counties. 716-218-1400

John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital
1001 Main St. Buffalo, NY 14203
716-323-6210

Sisters Hospital
2157 Main St. Buffalo, NY 14214
716-862-1984

Neighborhood Health Center
155 Lawn Ave. Buffalo NY 14207 716-875-2904

Mercy Hospital
515 Abbott Rd. Buffalo, NY 14220 716-828-3520

Ken-Ton Family Care
300 Two-Mile Creek Rd. Tonawanda NY 14150
716-447-6450

 

 

Child and Family Services
Child and Family Services is a not-for-profit human service organization that provides comprehensive services to families and individuals through prevention, intervention, education and advocacy.

 

The Parent Network of WNY
Parent Network of WNY is a community resource for families of individuals with special needs and for professionals who work with these families. Parent Network’s goal is to empower families to successfully advocate for their children with special needs and to see that they receive proper care and education.

 

WNY Children Care Resource Network
WNY Children Care Resource Network is a not- for- profit Child Care Resource and Referral Agency committed to the development of affordable quality early care and education for children in Erie County. Services provided include: helping families find child care, training, consulting and finding resources for child care providers (both home based and center based), assisting businesses and community planners.

 

 March of Dimes

The March of Dimes website has a fantastic health information center online. Get answers to your questions—before, during and after pregnancy including information on prematurity, birth defects, newborn screening, understanding your newborn and everything else you’d ever need to know about pregnancy and newborns.

 

Postpartum Support International
If you or someone you know might be experiencing symptoms of prenatal or postpartum mood or anxiety disorder, know that it is treatable. This website covers all aspects of postpartum depression and has website links to several resources

 

Singlemothergrants.org
A list financial assistance programs that help single moms

 

Articles, links, free brochures and recommended reading information specifically for parents of premature babies as well as other helpful information for families including Advice on Vaccines, Car Seat Safety, Immunization Information

 

Cerebral Palsy  – learn from a team of world-class doctors and healthcare professionals about cerebral palsy. You will find high quality, medically-reviewed data on everything related to cerebral palsy as well as birth injury topics.

Baby & Childproofing Your Home- get your guide

According to United Cerebral Palsy (UCP), there are about 8,000 cerebral palsy cases in the United States each year. Cerebral palsy does not improve or worsen as a child grows, but its complications can cause additional health problems. The Birth Injury Justice Center was created to provide guidance and support to children with cerebral palsy and their loved ones. To learn more visit:  https://www.childbirthinjuries.com/cerebral-palsy/

 

 

A healthy baby starts with a healthy pregnancy.
Comprehensive Prenatal Care Programs (formerly known as PCAP) can help you get the care you need for you and your baby. The services offered include complete pregnancy care and other health care services to women and teens who live in New York State. The Medicaid Obstetrical and Maternal Services (MOMS) Program provides complete pregnancy services in areas of the state where health centers are not located. And there’s no cost to eligible women who participate in MOMS or PCAP! Click here to learn more information about the services NY State Provides.

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Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network Donor Privacy Policy

Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network (BPPN) is committed to respecting the privacy of our donors. 

 Information collected.  Here are the types of donor information that we collect and maintain:

  • Contact information: name, organization/company, complete address, phone number, email address
  • Donation information: amounts donated, dates of donations, method and stimulus
  • Information concerning hours you have volunteered
  • Your requests and comments
  • Non-personally identifiable information, such as how many hits each BPPN website page receives, and if the visitor is repeat or new. This requires that a ‘cookie” be sent to your web browser.

 How Information is Used.  BPPN uses your data to maintain records of donations; send acknowledgements; send newsletters, notices and direct mail pieces; and for internal marketing purposes.  We normally add you to our mailing list, unless you request otherwise. We do not list individuals’ names in any of our publications without their permission.  Corporate and Foundation sponsors are listed in our Annual Report and during our event(s).  We use your written comments/letters occasionally to post on our website (in an anonymous fashion), and to respond to your inquiries.  Credit card numbers are NOT retained once processed.  Our website has a SSL certificate.  Donations over 2% of our entire budget must be reported on IRS Form 990, Schedule B.  We use website statistics to analyze our website usage.  If you create a personal URL at www.bppn.org, that information is used to personalize your internet experience.

 No Sharing of Personal Information.  BPPN will not sell, rent, trade or transfer your personal information to outside organizations.  Use of donor information will be limited to the internal purposes of BPPN and only to further the mission of BPPN.  Nevertheless, security measures may not prevent all losses, and BPPN is not responsible for any damages or liabilities relating to security failures.

 Removing Your Name From Our Mailing List.  Please contact us if you wish to be removed from our mailing list.  Call us at 884-6711 ext. 201 or email info@bppn.org.

 

 

New York State Department of Health

NY State Family & Community Health
Excellent website listing several website links for Family Planning including: Pregnancy & Birth Information, Reproductive Health, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring, and resources for Infant and Children Information, Adolescents and Youth, Women’s & Men’s Health, etc. information.

NY State of Health
They offer those who are in need of health insurance, assistance during enrollment time which is November 15, 2014 through February 15, 2015.

Child Health Plus
The Erie county Department of Health operates a Facilitated Enrollment Program which assists families in the Buffalo area, to complete and application for enrollment into the Child Health and Family Health Plus Programs. For more information about these program, call the Enrollment Specialist Coordinator at 858-6408.

Family Health Plus

New York State Office of Children and Family Services

Association

BPPN is a proud member of the Association of Perinatal Networks of New York.

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