B’more for Healthy Babies Upton/Druid Heights (BHB U/DH) receives funding from CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield through the Baltimore City Health Department and the Family League of Baltimore to improve birth outcomes of infants in Upton and Druid Heights. The program helps pregnant and postpartum women access prenatal services, supportive services and resources so that they can have healthy, full term babies. BHB U/DH works collaboratively with faith-based groups, businesses, schools, and community leaders to build networks of support for women. To date, the program has provided pre- and post-natal navigation services, education, and referrals for additional supportive services to 532 pregnant women and expectant fathers. Since 2014 there have been 0 fetal deaths in the Upton/Druid Heights neighborhood.

Some program accomplishments include: annual Barber Baby Days, FamilyFest , and quarterly Moms Night Out activities. Many moms who have participated in the program have had healthy babies and have been able to obtain employment, housing, and finish their GED. During this fiscal year the program will focus on improving maternal mental health and increase father involvement.

For more information about the B’more for Healthy Babies program go to: www.healthybabiesbaltimore.com

Staff Directory

Main Office, The Historic Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Elementary School

507 West Preston Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

BHB Office 410-706-6131

Program Director

Stacey B. Stephens, LCSW-C
443-717-1693 (wc)

social Worker

Angelise Shelby, LMSW
443-630-9954 (wc)

Resource Moms/Community Outreach Workers

Shasha Satchell
443-386-3798 (wc)

Celestine Tolliver
443-386-3804 (wc)

Giselle Joseph
443-630-9955 (wc)

Frederick Douglass High school

2301 Gwynns Falls Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21217

resource Dad/Community Outreach Worker

Meldon Dickens
443-896-7734 (wc)