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Community Health Worker

A home visiting program of the New York State Department of Health targeting pregnant women and parenting families with young children. The goal is to reduce infant mortality by connecting families to health and social services. Families are assisted in identifying their needs and dealing with their barriers to accessing services. Families receive education and guidance on the importance of prenatal and postpartum care; behavioral risk factors such as poor nutrition, substance abuse, HIV infection and sexually transmitted disease prevention and how to promote positive health behaviors.

Community Follow-up Program

CFP (Community Follow-up Program) is a program of the New York State Department of Health & Mental Hygiene which provides intensive case management for Medicaid eligible HIV positive individuals and their families. Case workers assist clients with medical follow-up and referrals and social services.

For additional information contact:
Program Director
(718) 483-1270 ext. 8502