Today, the Senate released the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). The March of Dimes is deeply disappointed that the new Senate bill doesn’t protect or promote the health of moms and babies. We urge you to call your Senators to voice your disappointment. Two quick calls can make a difference.
With so much uncertainty around what’s in the latest health care bill, it’s more important than ever for us to make our voices heard. That starts with you: sign up for our advocacy action network to stay up-to-date on how you can help protect maternal and newborn health coverage.
Gracen and Ella were born 2 and a half months too soon. After 5 weeks, Ella was able to go home, but Gracen stayed in the NICU for 2 more weeks before the girls were together again at home. Did your twins come home from the NICU at different times? #NICUtoNow
When you've spent time in the NICU or lost a child, having someone who understands what you're going through can help. That's what Share Your Story is for. Join this community of parents to get and give the support you need.
Good news, Chicago! Join us for a March for Babies Celebration Party on Sunday, June 25 at the Park at Wrigley! Enjoy activities for the whole family, including our Superhero Sprint. You can turn in any remaining donations and collect your t-shirts at the event. See you there!
When women have good prenatal care they are more likely to have healthy babies, but the bill now in Congress could take health insurance away from up to 6.5 million women of childbearing age. [ Po.st Link ]
The death of a baby is one of the most painful things that can happen to a family. It's so unfair. Babies aren't supposed to die. They are the beginning of life, not the end. This Father's Day, and every day, our hearts are with every dad who knows the pain of loss.