Brindle Foundation Makes Multi-year Grant to LFMC
Brindle has awarded La Familia Medical Center a three-year grant of $200,000 to support the Maternal and Infant Health program.
A portion of the expanded funding will be used to hire an additional Community Health Worker who can make home visits to expectant mothers who, for a variety reasons, could be considered high risk. The OB team is also planning to offer more parent education to prospective parents.
We are very grateful to Brindle for this generous support and for thankful for their commitment to babies in New Mexico.
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