Learn about Girls on the Rise
Black Mothers United
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Isaac Gonzalez
· January 26, 2017
A great organization which is working to help our community and young mothers.
Jaelyn Elizabeth Singleton
· January 24, 2017
Provides amazing resources to the Sacramento community!

Our essential oils and aromatherapy sprays have been a hit at today’s 3rd Annual Community Baby Shower! Listen to our Program Director, Kenya Fagbemi, describe the benefits of these during pregnancy! #blackmothersunited #aromatherapy

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Meet our Pregnancy Coaches today and sign up for our Black Mothers United program or a Safe Sleep Baby training #blackmothersunited #safesleepbaby #first5

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Come and join us at the 3rd Annual Community Baby Shower! We will be here from 11-2pm. There are tons of information about pregnancy support groups, nutrition, medical care and more! Also many fun giveaways🙂 #First5Sacramento #Blackmothersunited #pregnancysupport #ourincrediblestaff

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Join us at the Third Annual Pride and Joy community baby shower on Saturday, February 24 at 11 am. We will have a table filled with pregnancy/baby information and fun activities! #First5Sacramento #BabyShower #BlackMothersUnited

UPDATE: We have created a wish list of baby items and supplies to help support our client who recently delivered quadruplets at 24 weeks and will be released from the NICU early next week! We also welcome gently used items. If you have any questions please comment below or send us a message. Items may be dropped off or delivered to 4625 44th Street, Room 9 or 13, Sacramento, CA 95820.

Our agency is seeking your support to help a mother in our program who recently delivered quadruplets at 24 weeks. Please share this if you know of someone who may be able to support her in any way! Thank you! Read more below:

Shannon Shaw Read is with Yessenia Figueroa and Kenya Nealy-Fagbemi.

Seeking help! My agency (Center for Community Health and Well-Being) has a mom in our program who recently delivered quadruplets (yes, 4 babies!) at 24 weeks. S...he hasn't been in the US for very long and all of her family is out of the country. Her babies are being released from the NICU early next week and my agency is seeking donations (meals, baby items, diapers, and physical support) to help this mom through the next few weeks. Her UC Davis support team has helped her create a rigorous schedule for caring for the babies and as you can imagine, she has virtually zero time between feedings. They also estimate that she will go through at least 48 diapers PER DAY.

This amazing woman is dedicated to doing the very best for her little ones, but has very limited access to resources, is scared and alone. The advocates on my staff are doing an incredible job of providing her support, but we need more help. If you are able, we are seeking donations to help this mother as she adjusts to not just one new babe, but 4. Please message/comment if you are able to support her in any way. Thank you in advance!

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Are you in high school? Are you interested in developing your leadership skills and becoming a voice for your community?

... Join Girls on the Rise!

Attend one of our weekly meetings on Mondays from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Center for Community Health and Well-Being in Room 13 to learn more about the program. You may also contact the Program Coordinator, Jaelyn Singleton, at Check out our FB page Girls on the Rise of South Sacramento

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Giving young women of color the platform to use their voice and recognize their power as future leaders is imperative to create systems change and improve the health of our Sacramento community. We are incredibly proud of having Jaelyn Singleton, a former participant, lead our Girls on the Rise program. Read more about Jaelyn's experience and our GOTR program below.

3 Likes, 1 Comments - Sierra Health Foundation (@shfcalifornia) on Instagram: “Girls on the Rise, a program of the Center for Community Health and Well Being, Inc., does not just…”

"Economic disinvestment and lack of political ownership have lead to high homicide, infant mortality rates" in the Fruitridge Finger. Read about how Fruitridge ...Community Collaborative River Oak Center for Children Center for Community Health and Well-Being Black Child Legacy Campaign - RAACD and other partners in the community are working together to build change:…/neighborhood-watch-co…/content…

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Healthy Eating with Coretta Diggs at our Monthly Support Group Meeting!

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Excited to hear about what this year has in store for nonprofits! #kings #golden1center #dogoodsummit

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Meeting Topic: Healthy Eating
Host: Leona Spivey, Senior Personal Advocate
Guest Speaker: Coretta Diggs

This is a free event, open to all mothers who are currently enrolled or have been previously enrolled in the program.

Special Thank You to Small Gesture Big Impact for featuring our 1st Annual Jazz Fest event on its blog! We had a wonderful time and we hope to see all of you there next year! Take a look at the story below ⬇️

Every now and then, SGBI has the wonderful opportunity to partner with small organizations to throw some amazing events in our community for a good cause. So you could imagine our excitement when o…

It's the 4th Annual Conference of Girls on the Rise! Come join us at Sierra Health Foundation from 10-3pm!

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