“A Baby’s Health is a City’s Wealth” – Dr. Leonard Morse

Created in 1996, the Worcester Healthy Baby Collaborative continues its dedication to reducing the rates of premature birth and infant deaths within the city of Worcester. More than 30 agencies devote time and resources to the collaborative and we are continuously looking for new organizations and individuals to become involved. The members of WHBC have donated hundreds of hours of volunteer time, engaging in the community and assisting agencies in grants to invest in the maternal and infant health of the citizens of Worcester.

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Worcester Free Clinics are currently open to in-person visits.  telephone and video visits are also available for: acute and chronic medical concerns, medication refills, and health screenings (in place of physicals). Please see visit the worcester free clinics website for the most up-to-date information on times & locations.
Covid-19 Prevention & VACCINE Information FOR PARENTS:

COVID-19 prevention & vaccine information also available in: Shqip (Albanian), عَرَبِيّ (Arabic), Kriolu (Cape Verdean Creole), 简化字 (Simplified Chinese), 正體字 (Traditional Chinese), Kreyòl ayisyen (Haitan Creole), ខ្មែរ (Khmer), Português (Portuguese), Af-Soomaali (Somali), Español (Spanish), Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese)

Check out As I See It written by Dr. Sara Shields and Dr. Matilde Castiel
WHBC Summit was in the news September 2019
Worcester Community Health Improvement Plan
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