Sudden Infant and Child Death Resource Center
Sudden Infant and Child Death Resource Center, a Program of Public Health Solutions, seeks to eliminate sudden unexpected deaths in infants and children under three years of age in New York City
Our program works with a wide range of health and social service professionals, community leaders, educators and local residents to make up-to-date information available about the risks and potential causes of sudden unexpected infant/child death.
We provide “train the trainer” workshops and offer consultations on the needs of bereaved families. We also facilitate support groups for families and coordinate the training of peer volunteers in supporting newly bereaved families.
We collaborate with professionals and community members to increase public awareness through educational programs about Sudden Infant Death (SID), safe sleep practices, and infant mortality risk reduction.
Annual Candle Light Vigil
December 10, 2013 at 6pm
Learn more about safe sleep practices...Contact SICD at 212.323.1425 or email us at email@example.com to arrange a free presentation on safe sleep for babies for your community group, parents, child care providers, or professionals.