2017 Champions for Change Nominations are Open

One thing is true of Cincinnati: we care about babies. Over the past year, we’ve seen champions throughout our city rally around our moms and babies in ways we could have only dreamed. Churches are sharing health messaging from the pulpit. Community  groups are taking strides to improve the health of their neighbors and neighborhoods. Community health workers are […]

You’re Invited: Grandmothers’ High Tea

As matriarchs of the family, grandmothers support their loved ones in countless ways. Next Saturday, we want to celebrate them with our first-ever Grandmothers’ High Tea event. Free to all Hamilton County grandmothers, we will enjoy high tea and delicious bites, a hat contest, raffles and more. RSVP at (513) 517-1019.

Happy Father’s Day from Cradle Cincinnati

To all the dad, uncles, grandfathers and father-figures in Hamilton County, Happy Father’s Day! Words cannot express the enormous impact you have on families and children in our community.

In celebration of Father’s Day, we created this coloring sheet for you to do with your family. You can download it here.

Rallying around a family – Cradle Cincinnati Connections

Last week, Cradle Cincinnati Connections community health worker Deborah received a call from a grandmother in need of help. Grandma Peake had recently become the primary caregiver for her grandson, Jamauri; her son – Jamauri’s father – is deceased. Without custody rights to her grandson, she was ineligible for local services that assist families […]

Cincinnati must promote infant safe sleep to every family by Dr. Sam Hanke

For years, Hamilton County has lost more babies before their first birthday than it should. Preterm birth, birth defects and unsafe sleep continue to be the three leading causes of infant death each year. Of these, sleep-related deaths are the most preventable and can be avoided by making simple changes in how your baby […]

New survey: 1 in 4 Hamilton County residents don’t know that babies sleep safest on their backs

In the 1990’s, the federal government formally changed the recommendation for infant sleep from stomach sleeping to back sleeping with a national  “Back to Sleep” campaign. With that change, sleep-related infant deaths quickly fell by more than half in the US. But, a recent survey conducted by Cradle Cincinnati and the UC Institute for […]