The Women-Inspired Neighborhood Network is a way to connect with women who've been there. If you're an African-American woman between the ages of 18-34, we're your backup for taking on anything that comes your way!
- Your health and future
- Pregnancy and infant care
- Family Planning
- reaching your goals
We are a network of black women and friends who support winning motherhood, fatherhood, family, health and empowerment.
In 2008, 4 major health systems in Detroit (Detroit Medical Center, Henry Ford Health System, St. John Providence Health System, and Oakwood Healthcare System) came together to form the Detroit Regional Infant Mortality Reduction Task Force . This team of maternal and infant medical providers was struck by Detroit’s high rates of infant deaths and the unmet needs of women in the area.
The Task Force created Sew Up the Safety Net for Women and Children (SUSN). The project focuses on empowering Detroit’s women through a network of community partners . Together, they work to make sure that all babies reach their first birthday. The Women-Inspired Neighborhood (WIN) Network is a part of the SUSN program.
Too many babies in Detroit die before their first birthday. Babies have the best chance when their moms are healthy. But, with all of life’s demands, our own health often takes a back seat. We are women helping women live their best lives. We connect wo