Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation

Espanola, New Mexico, United States

Improve the health and well-being of young children by strengthening capacity of home visitation programs through developing a community of practice and increasing collaboration

June 1, 2015 - May 31, 2016

Focus Area

Healthy Kids

Geographic Focus

New Mexico





First Born home visiting program is strengthening maternal and child health care among Native Americans

Launched almost 20 years ago in Silver City, New Mexico, the First Born home visiting program has grown to reach families statewide with a successful expansion to the Navajo nation.

New Mexico

RoShanna Francisco | W.K. Kellogg Foundation

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“Empleen el dinero del modo en que crean conveniente, siempre y cuando promueva la salud, la felicidad y el bienestar de los niños.” - Will Keith Kellogg

“Sèvi ak lajan an jan w vle depi se sante timoun, byennèt timoun ak kè kontan pou timoun w ap ankouraje.” - W.K. Kelòg