FCCMissouri Foundationfor HealthBEHAVIORAL HEALTHa catalyst for changeProject WIN:men and Infants in NeedInfant mortality is the death of a child in their first year of life.Between 2002 and 2012, more than 6,200 Missouri babies were lostbefore their first birthday. One-third of those deaths occurred in theBootheel and St. Louis alone.FCC's Project WIN seeks to reduce infant mortality by engaging womenwho are identified with, or at-risk of, substance use disorders.Project WIN, a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health, thathelps provide access to behavioral health care for women who arepregnant or post-partum in Dunklin and Pemiscot Counties.The project provides outreach, engagement, screenings, comprehensiveassessments, counseling, care coordination and linkage to communityresources to meet the wellness needs of women and their infants.For more information, please contact:Brooke Burlison, Project Leader, 573-888-5925, Ext 1503

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FCC Missouri Foundation for Health BEHAVIORAL HEALTH a catalyst for change Project WIN: men and Infants in Need Infant mortality is the death of a child in their first year of life. Between 2002 and 2012, more than 6,200 Missouri babies were lost before their first birthday. One-third of those deaths occurred in the Bootheel and St. Louis alone. FCC's Project WIN seeks to reduce infant mortality by engaging women who are identified with, or at-risk of, substance use disorders. Project WIN, a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health, that helps provide access to behavioral health care for women who are pregnant or post-partum in Dunklin and Pemiscot Counties. The project provides outreach, engagement, screenings, comprehensive assessments, counseling, care coordination and linkage to community resources to meet the wellness needs of women and their infants. For more information, please contact: Brooke Burlison, Project Leader, 573-888-5925, Ext 1503