Pinwheels for Prevention Award given to Mother-Baby Program

Hennepin County Medical Center’s (HCMC)¬†Mother-Baby Program‘s Day Hospital¬†was recently recognized for its commitment to the prevention of child maltreatment through collaborative public, private, non-profit and local services effort by the Minnesota Communities Caring for Children (MCCC).

The Mother-Baby Program opened in 2013. It was the first program of its kind in Minnesota, offering a range of mental health services to support women and families.

Each year, MCCC presents these Pinwheels for Prevention awards to community leaders in an effort to raise awareness about their innovative programs and to encourage continued investment in prevention and family strengthening efforts statewide. The pinwheel is a national symbol of child abuse and neglect prevention awareness. Over 225 Pinwheel Awards have been presented since 2003. Continue reading “Pinwheels for Prevention Award given to Mother-Baby Program”