HELPING FAITH-BASED INSTITUTIONS PROTECT THE CONGREGATION'S INFANTS

EBT1 can assist your faith ministry with providing safe sleep, social support, safe space messaging to your growing congregation
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    SUPPORTING HEALTHY INFANTS IN KC

    Every Baby to 1 engages the faith community to develop education efforts and initiatives that address infant mortality and ensure that every infant has a happy and healthy first year.

    As part of this, Every Baby to 1 promotes the “3 S” approach of Safe Sleep, Safe Space, and Social Support to reduce the risk of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID).

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    PROMOTING THE ABC'S OF SAFE SLEEP
    ALONEKeep Baby Close – Placing your baby to sleep in the same room where you sleep but not the same bed reduces the rate of SIUD/SIDS.
    BACKBabies should be put to sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of SUID/ SIDS. Avoid putting baby on his or her tummy or side during sleep or nap time.
    CRIBBabies should be put to sleep in a crib with railings no more than 2 3/8” apart. The mattress should be firm and covered with a tight, fitted sheet.
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    PROVIDING THE RESOURCES & SUPPORT FAMILIES NEED

    TAKE TIME FOR SELF CARE

    Eat well balanced meals, drink plenty of water, and find a sleep routine that works for you and baby.

    RALLY YOUR TROOPS!

    You are not alone. Don’t be afraid to ask trusted members of your family, church, and community for help.

    SEEK LACTATION SUPPORT

    Providing breast milk to your baby reduces the risk of SUID/SIDS. Breastfeeding can be hard, but help is available.

    SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE

    The more information new parents have the better. Make a difference in the health of your community’s infants.

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    POINT OF CONTACT: EVERY BABY TO 1
    Maude Turner20200611212258

    Maude Turner

    Project Coordinator
    Every Baby to 1
    Shalese Clay20200611203934

    Shalese Clay

    Project Coordinator
    Cradle Kansas City
    Every Baby to 1
    PROJECT DETAILS: EVERY BABY TO 1

    Year Launched:

    The EBT1 Campaign was launched in 2018

    People Reached

    To date EBT1 has reached thousands of Wyandotte families

    Outreach Mediums Utilized

    Print, Video, Web, Social Media, Outreach Events

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