Kay Adams, MPH, Interim Director
Tel: (510) 618-2080
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The Improving Pregnancy Outcomes Program (IPOP) is dedicated to reducing infant mortality within the African American community in Alameda County. Our goal is to reach low-income, medically and socially at-risk pregnant and parenting women, fathers, infants and other stakeholders to provide the necessary resources for a positive outcome. IPOP approaches include:
IPOP is one of over 100 programs across the country that is federally-funded to reduce infant mortality and improve perinatal health outcomes under the auspices of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Maternal and Child Health Bureau.
Low-income pregnant and parenting African American women, men, and their infants
Clients must meet all of the following eligibility requirements:
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This organization is listed in the Youth Services Directory.