We are excited to announce the opening of a new Neighborhood WIC Center in Ridgewood, Queens. We were joined by Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, Assemblyman Michael Miller, Myrtle Avenue BID, Queens Community Board 5, and many more community partners and staff to officially celebrate the grand opening.
We recently held a graduation for families who completed our Nurse-Family Partnership® (NFP) program this year. Not only are our graduates super heroes, we believe our dedicated nurses home visitors are heroes as well.
Welcome to Public Health Solutions’ (PHS) new website! The goal of the site makeover is to provide all visitors with a simpler way to learn about the mission, work, and impact of Public Health Solutions.
Public Health Solutions has been on the forefront of tobacco-free advocacy and education for over ten years. So we are beyond thrilled to be part of the latest movement in tobacco control in NYC.
Jason is tasked with giving balanced, accurate, and realistic sex education to local Brooklyn high schools and colleges.
Comptroller Scott M. Stringer unveiled a new family planning report that breaks down the significance of Title X National Family Planning Program funding in NYC.
First Lady Chirlane McCray and Queens Borough President Melinda Katz were joined today at NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens by Health Commissioner Dr. Mary T. Bassett and ACS Commissioner David A. Hansell to announce the donation of 1,000 new Pack ‘N Play portable cribs, or “Katz’s Cradles,” to provide more Queens families with a safe sleep surface for their infants.
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.
NYC Smoke-Free, a program of Public Health Solutions, hosted a forum titled The Truth about Menthol: A Hazard in our Communities to discuss menthol tobacco products and their devastating effects on communities of color, youth, women and other vulnerable populations.
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.