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Resumen de Investigaciones sobre el EDAF

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Misisipi

Coordinador estatal de EDAF (Miembro de NAFSC)

Trisha Hinson, M.Ed., CMHT
FASD State Coordinator
Mississippi Department of Mental Health
239 North Lamar Street
1101 Robert E. Lee Building
Jackson, MS 39201
Teléfono: 601-359-6291
Fax: 601-576-4040
Correo electrónico: trisha.hinson@dmh.state.ms.us

Grupo de trabajo estatal de EDAF

Misisipi Advisory Council on FASD (MS AC-FASD)
Chair: Millicent Ledbetter
2303 Gordon Avenue
Yazoo, MS 39194
Teléfono: 662-746-5712
Correo electrónico: millicent@warren-yazoo.org

Plan estatal de EDAF

Plan estatal de Misisipi PDF Icon (en Inglés)

Recurso estatal sobre SAF/EDAF:

Misisipi tiene un Simposio anual de EDAF por todo el estado a principios de septiembre, por lo general el viernes más cercano al 9 de septiembre.

Información Legislativa:

Bill Number Category Introduced Description Status

House Resolution 72 Exit Disclaimer Graphic PDF icon

Prevention

2011

A resolution acknowledging the 15th anniversary of BornFree of Mississippi, a private nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide an umbrella of support services to pregnant and parenting addicted mothers and their young children.

3/21/11: Approved and signed.

HB1067 Exit Disclaimer Graphic

Prevention

2010

An act to provide that the State Department of Health shall establish a Nurse-Family Partnership program in the state of Mississippi;...SECTION 1. (1) The Legislature makes the following findings:...(c) Research has shown that the Nurse-Family 25 Partnership program improves pregnancy outcomes by helping women engage in good preventive health practices, including thorough prenatal care from their health care providers, improving their diets, and reducing their use of cigarettes, alcohol and illegal substances...SECTION 2....The goals of the Nurse-Family Partnership Pilot program are to: (a) Improve pregnancy outcomes by helping women engage in good preventive health practices, including thorough prenatal care from their health care providers, improving their diets, and reducing their use of cigarettes, alcohol and illegal substances...

4/7/10: Signed by Governor, effective date of law not given.