What's New at MiSN
At MiSN our highest priority is always the safety of our employees and our consumers. Each day, we are learning more about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting the communities in which we live and work.
MISN is here to serve as a resource for you and your families during this public health crisis by providing you with uninterrupted access to our services. For assistance please contact us at any of the numbers below or call our appointment hotline 800-453-4666 to be connected to our staff. Follow our Facebook and Instagram to learn about our online events as they become available.
Our New Address
333 Broadway #1
Newburgh, NY 12550
If you need assistance with:
Leslie Pomales-Diaz - 845-238-9685
Jennifer Bradford - 845-492-1623
Luis Ocasio III - 845-238-9691
Marcia Espinosa-Oliva - 845-561-3575
Violet Cleary - 845-561-3575
Community Health Advocate (CHA):
Violet Cleary 845-325-5532
Perinatal & Lactation Services:
Stephanie Sosnowski - 845-492-9027
MICHC / CHW :
Giovanna Rogow - 845-418-0154
Geneva C. May - 845-637-4424
Linnette Vargas-Gonzalez - 845-702-1894
Maternal Infant Services Network (MiSN) has partnered with Orange and Sullivan Counties of New York to
conduct Census Outreach 2020.
You should participate in the Census because it's quick and easy, only taking 10 minutes.
It's safe, secure, and confidential.
Your response helps to direct billions of dollars in federal funds to local communities for
schools, roads, and other public services.
Results will be used to determine the number of seats each state has in Congress and your
political representation at all levels of government.
Don’t be Left out be COUNTED!!!
MiSN is a community –based non-profit Perinatal Network that was established in 1990 to improve birth outcomes and reduce ethnic and racial disparities leading to infant mortality, maternal mortality, preterm birth and low birth weight babies.
To achieve these goals MiSN is dedicated to family and community health and wellness across the lifespan. We serve all members of the community with information, education, support and referrals to achieve better health at every stage of life. Through collaborative partnerships with the medical, educational, human services, and faith-based sectors, MiSN paves the way to healthy futures in the
Because our children are our future, MiSN places a high priority on offering education and resources to support pregnant women and women of child bearing age and their families, as well as adolescents and teens.