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UPCOMING PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS

These programs are for health care professionals only. For information on continuing education credits, please contact Sarah Muller-Robbins, RN, MPH, IBCLC, ICCE, Director of Education at 973-268-2280 Ext. 100 or use this form.


Cannabis: The Full Story, Its Use in Pregnancy, & What Health Care Providers Need to Know

Thursday, April 22, 2021
2:00-3:00 pm

View detailed information about this program here.

Presenter: Dr. Henry H. Balzani is a Certified Holistic Health, Wellness, and Nutrition Coach with over 40 years of patient counseling experience. His experience includes 10 years in retail, hospital, and jail pharmacies, over 30 years as a Board Certified OB-GYN MD, and over 40 years of treating, counseling, and lecturing in the addictions field. Dr. Balzani’s work history also includes monitoring a drug hotline, managing a hospital-based methadone maintenance program, serving as the medical director of a drug and alcohol rehab, and establishing a hospital-based drug and alcohol detox and rehab.

This webinar is for healthcare professionals. Please contact Sarah Muller-Robbins at 973-268-2280 x100 for information on professional credit hours.


Perinatal Mental Health Speaker Series:
Promoting parents’ emotional wellbeing through education and collaboration

May is Maternal Mental Health Month!  Please join us for our free virtual speaker series on perinatal mental health featuring expert presenters in the field.  This series will be held every Wednesday in May. Learn more and register.

This webinar is for healthcare professionals. Please contact Sarah Muller-Robbins at 973-268-2280 x100 for information on professional credit hours.


Register for the Symposium Today!
Thursday, May 13, 2021
7:30 am-1:30 pm
The 3rd Annual Maternal Health and Perinatal Safety Symposium provides physicians, nurses, social workers, and other healthcare providers with a review of current issues impacting maternal health and perinatal safety in New Jersey and nationally. Renowned experts will discuss the factors contributing to perinatal morbidity and mortality and propose prevention strategies that direct and enhance hospital obstetrical care for both patients and providers. Learn more and register here.
Please contact Sarah Muller-Robbins at srobbins@pmch.org for information on professional credit hours.

On-Demand Professional Education

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UPCOMING COMMUNITY PROGRAMS


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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 Central Intake and get connected:

Bergen/Passaic:    973-942-3630
Hudson/Union:    201-876-8900 x 221
Morris:                   973-620-9711


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