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  • 22 Dec 2020 by Cathy Timuta

    From our partners at the Florida Association of Healthy Start Coalitions, and Healthy MomCare Network:

    The Chief Program Officer (CPO) will serve as a critical member of the executive management team. In collaboration with the CEO, the CPO will articulate and implement the strategic vision and leadership of the programs offered by the Healthy Start MomCare Network and its parent company, the Florida Association of Healthy Start Coalitions. The position will oversee a significant portfolio of maternal and child health programs and related services; evaluate the effectiveness of programs to provide ongoing feedback and CQI; help to promote and diversify funding; raise the agency’s profile through external communications and partnership building; provide mentoring, guidance, supervision, and professional development to program staff; enhance services provided by staying abreast of developments in maternal and child health and home visiting; and provide technical assistance support for the 32 Healthy Start Coalitions and MIECHV subcontracted providers.

    The CPO will spend approximately 50% of the time directing Florida’s MIECHV program and 50% directing other programs that currently include: CONNECT coordinated intake and referral; Florida’s Healthy Start home visiting; Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems; Moving Beyond Depression Training; Mothers and Babies program; CAPTA nurse home visiting for substance exposed mothers, newborns and their families; and Seeking Safety.

    The position will be located at the Healthy Start MomCare Network office at 2002 Old St. Augustine Rd. Suite E-45, Tallahassee FL, 32301. Please note most staff are temporarily working remotely due to COVID 19.

    Visit the full job description on Indeed or on the FL Assoc. for Health Start Coalitions' website here.

    The job posting is open until Dec. 31, 2020. Interviews will be held in early January.

    Interested candidates may apply on Indeed or send a cover letter and resume to

  • 10 Dec 2020 by Christine Hughes Pontier

    Faded Conversations 2: Promoting the Mental Health of Black Children and Families

    Friday December 11, 12:30-1:45 PM

    Join the United Way of Broward virtually for the second installment of their Faded Conversations event series focused on highlighting and uplifting Black mental health—this time within the context of Black children and families.

    Learn from and engage with their moderated panel of Black mental health experts and advocates as they discuss important issues and next steps for promoting the mental health of Black families in Broward County. Presented by United Way of Broward County's Commission on Behavioral Health and Drug Prevention – Mental Health Promotion Action Team.

    Register at: