Cate WilcoxMaternal and Child Health Section Manager971firstname.lastname@example.org
Claudia BinghamMaternal and Child Health Program Manager971email@example.com
Lari PetersonPublic Health Home Visiting Manager971firstname.lastname@example.org
LeeAnn BronsonFiscal Analyst971email@example.com
Amanda LimFiscal Analyst971firstname.lastname@example.org
Valerie StrattonOffice Specialist971email@example.com
Sheri GrayAdministrative Specialist971-673-1096Sheri.firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Leon-HenryAdministrative Specialist971-673-0361Michelle.email@example.com
Lesa Dixon-GrayWomen's Health Project Coordinator971firstname.lastname@example.org
Nurit FischlerTitle V Coordinator and MCH Policy Lead971email@example.com
Benjamin HazeltonHome Visiting Policy and Systems Director971firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather Morrow-AlmeidaChild Health Systems and Policy Specialist971email@example.com
Julie McFarlaneWomen's Health Systems and Policy Specialist971firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin StantonNutrition Consultant971email@example.com
Anna StiefvaterPerinatal Nurse Consultant971firstname.lastname@example.org
Annette DiekerOregon Home Visiting System Consultant, Early Head Start Lead971email@example.com
Francine GoodrichRegional Nurse Consultant971firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin Hill-DunbarWorkforce Development Coordinator971email@example.com
Cynthia IkataNurse Family Partnership Statewide Nurse Consultant971firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristen LacijanQuality Improvement Coordinator971email@example.com
Laura ZukowskiOperations and Policy Analyst971firstname.lastname@example.org
Dina DickersonHome Visiting Informaticist971email@example.com
David AndersonResource Development Specialist971firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Ann EvansResearch Analyst971-673-1499Mary.Ann.Evans@state.or.us
Jin SongResearch Analyst971email@example.com
Fredrick KingResearch Analyst971firstname.lastname@example.org
Al SandovalPRAMS Research Analyst971email@example.com
Tina KentPRAMS Coordinator971firstname.lastname@example.org
Caitlyn HowellPRAMS Data Manager971email@example.com
Wendy MorganHealth Educator971firstname.lastname@example.org
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program for children at risk for poor health and development outcomes
Our goal is to screen newborns for possible hearing loss by one month of age, identify congenital hearing loss by three months of age and enroll children in appropriate early intervention by six months of age.
Working to improve the health and safety of children participating in child care in Oregon.
If you have perinatal depression or anxiety, it’s important to know you are not alone. With support and treatment, you will get better.
Education and support for women with social or health concerns during pregnancy and after the birth of their child.
Nurse-Family Partnership® (NFP) is an evidence-based, community health program that helps transform the lives of vulnerable mothers pregnant with their first child.
The Oral Health Unit seeks to improve the oral health of Oregon citizens across the lifespan.
Providing prenatal assessments to help women begin the path to prenatal care.
The Maternal and Child Health section works to address health promotion issues across the lifespan of individuals and families. We believe preconception, pregnancy and early childhood experiences create and influence a path for lifelong wellness.
We represent many public health disciplines and we have multiple funding streams. We distribute funds through our partnerships with local health departments for a wide variety of clinical and supportive community-based health services.
The Maternal and
Child Health section is an official
outreach partner for the national Text4baby program. Text4baby is the first
mobile information service designed to promote maternal and child health
through text messaging. For more information on the program visit www.text4baby.org
The Maternal and Child Health Section is part of the Center for Prevention and Health Promotion.
Promoting health and preventing the leading causes of death, disease and injury in Oregon.