Public Health Solutions in NYC

Creating Healthier Families in New York City

We're a 501(c)(3) nonprofit working to improve health outcomes in New York City by providing services directly to the most vulnerable neighborhoods and supporting community-based health organizations who share in our mission to improve public health

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Our Stories

Christina with her family

Christina: Empowered to Do More

When Christina learned she was pregnant, she was filled with both joy and panic. She didn’t know who to learn from, or who to lean on. Christina turned to the Bushwick Bright Start program that was in her community.

Asha and her family

Asha: A Story of Hope

For most of Asha’s adult life, she had a steady job and roof over her head. A few years ago, she experienced a whirlwind of life events that seemed to go from bad to worse. While Asha had little control over much of her life, her shelter was in the neighborhood of a MIC Women’s Health Service Center.

Ulivia's Family

Ulivia: A Path of Good Health

Families like Ulivia’s family face a great deal of barriers to eating well. She believes that it is the support of her local WIC Center that has launched her and her family on to a healthier path.

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Recent Blog Posts

Women of Color Face Reproductive Health Risks due to Catholic Hospital Rules and Religious Exception Laws

We are alarmed by the fact that pregnant women of color are more likely than their white counterparts to receive reproductive health…

New Report Reveals Pregnant Women of Color More Likely to Receive Religiously Restricted Reproductive Health Care in Many US States

Media Contact: Kira Shepherd, 215-908-4825, ks3377@columbia.edu Elizabeth Reiner Platt, 212-854-8079, ep2801@columbia.edu Kai Goldynia, 212-784-5728, kgoldynia@groupgordon.com From: The Public Rights/Private Conscience Project (PRPCP),…

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