What's New at MiSN
We're moving to 333 Broadway in Newburgh effective April 8, 2020!
A Message From Our Executive Director on
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.
As we continue to keep ourselves and family safe, we wanted to take a moment to reach out to you and assure you, of the precautions we are taking to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) at our agency. We are in the process of implementing rigorous sanitation standards and robust cleaning procedures.
- Extensive training for our staff on maintaining a safe and hygienic workplace and environment for all of our consumers.
- Specified intervals for frequent cleaning and disinfection of customer-contact areas throughout the work day.
- The provision of hand sanitizers and wipes in high traffic areas.
- Employ daily and frequent sanitation procedures throughout individual staff offices.
- The practice of social distancing when possible.
Our aim is to provide you with uninterrupted access to our services, and remind you that you can utilize our appointment hotline 800-453-4666 to be connected to our staff. We are delighted to be a significant part of the communities we serve, by doing all that we can in order to provide a safe work and consumer environment. This allows you to concentrate on keeping yourself and your family healthy.
If you need assistance with:
Navigator Services (ENG): Jena Sweeney firstname.lastname@example.org 845-248-3942
Navigator Services (SPA): Leslie Pomales-Diaz email@example.com 845-238-9685
Fiscal Services (AP / AR / Vouchers): Marcia Espinosa-Oliva firstname.lastname@example.org 845-561-3575
Human Resources: Violet Cleary email@example.com 845-325-5532
Community Health Advocate (CHA) (ENG & SPA): Rosanny Rodriguez firstname.lastname@example.org 845-561-3575
Perinatal & Lactation Services: Stephanie Sosnowski email@example.com 845-492-9027
Youth Program Services: Ramona Burton firstname.lastname@example.org 845-637-7205
MICHC / CHW : Giovanna Rogow email@example.com 845-418-0154
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 Mid-Hudson Region.
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.