Jefferson Medical student interns with MCC's Policy and Advocacy Team to learn more about the connection between policy and maternal health.
Maternity Care Coalition (MCC) chooses to fight against all forms of anti-black and racist behaviors and practices.
Welcome to Maternity Care Coalition's A Little Piece of My Art Gallery, a place for families to share their Little Artists' masterpieces as a way to spread love and joy during this time.
Last month, representatives from Maternity Care Coalition (MCC) had the opportunity to speak at Philadelphia’s annual B.PHL innovation fest. The event is a three day festival that looks to elevate the city of Philadelphia by highlighting the progressive, innovational organizations, people, and ideas within the community through engaging talks, interactive exhibits, exciting workshops and more.
Maternity Care Coalition selected as one of five organizations to compete for $20,000 in Aetna’s Voices of Health Competition
This year, Maternity Care Coalition has been selected as one of five organizations to compete for $20,000 in Aetna’s Voices of Health Competition. We’re elated to be finalists, as we strive to continuously be celebrated as a powerful, positive voice of change within our community.
"Lessons from a Policy Forum on Incarceration’s Multigenerational Impact on Women, Girls, and Communities." Our April 4th forum, "A Rising Tide," with the Stoneleigh Foundation brought together leaders and stakeholders from across the country who work in or have been impacted by incarceration. Read the recap of the powerful event.
The First Step Act was passed in late December 2018. Dr. Mogul, Maternity Care Coalition’s Senior Director of Research and an advocate for incarcerated women having supported MCC’s MOMobile at Riverside Correctional Facility program since its founding in 2006, writes about the impact of this law, and gives a glimpse of what incarcerated pregnant women face during pregnancy and childbirth.
MCC Health Families America Advocate, Angie Bellon reflects on the recent Winter Festival 2018 Celebration that was held for clients at our North Penn, Pennsylvania site.
Learn more about one of the leading causes of death for infants ages 1-12 months from MCC's Cribs for Kids Program Manager, Shauntay Murray.