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Beloit Area Community Health Center Receives Stateline Community Foundations Women’s Fund Grant

According to a press release from the Beloit Area Community Health Center, they have recently received a Stateline Community Foundations Women’s Fund Grant that will allow for the clinic to provide research-based prenatal health information to expecting parents by purchasing curriculums and handouts from Injoy Health Education, all of which focus on understanding the different aspects of pregnancy. In the Health Equity Alliance of Rock County’s recent Community Health Assessment Survey, Access to Care was identified as a priority area with maternal, child, and family health as well as reproductive health as a priority health topic. The assessment identified that prenatal care, or any care received while a woman is pregnant, can have a significant impact on both maternal and child health. The press release stated that by implementing the Injoy Health Education Curriculums, Beloit Area Community Health Center will be able to address various topics that feature relatable families and 3D animation that brings fetal development to life, helping new moms to feel more connected to their baby and motivated to take care of themselves throughout pregnancy and beyond. For more information about the Beloit Area Community Health Center, contact Danica Keeton at 608-957-7954.

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