Popping Up 2nd Saturdays in the Bayview – 2/11/23

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Happy New Year! We hope everyone had a joyous holiday season. We are looking forward to kicking off another exciting year of Pop-Up Village events.

Welcoming families, pregnant people and all interested to celebrate in community, engage in self-care, get valuable resources and services, and much more…

February 11th theme: Black History Month / Black Creative Force

WHO WILL BE THERE

Birth Companions Community Center (BCCC)

We are a group of Latinx doulas with a commitment to serving the community with low income with respect and culture. Helping with Prenatal Education, child development, and supporting pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum.

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Black Infant Health Program

Black Infant Health provides culturally affirming services that honor the needs, history, and traditions of women of African descent.

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DJ B. Bailey

DJ B. Bailey is a Bay Area native that specializes in keeping the party going. He is also a certified fitness trainer who values the health and wellness of his community.

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EBlendz da Barber

Resident Barber known as "EBlendz da Barber" is no stranger to hard work or community service. He supports all the Pop-Up patrons in looking and feeling their best.

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Everyone's Place Acupuncture

Dr. Tenisha Dandridge is passionate about closing the racial health disparities gap in the US and uses Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in the treatment of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma. She provides free acupuncture at the Pop-Up Village.

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Homeless Prenatal Program and Jelani House

HPP is a family resource center on a mission to break the cycle of childhood poverty focusing on families with children 0-5, but including families with children up to 17 years. Services range from basic needs to housing support and everything in between.

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Legal Aid at Work

Free legal help and advice for pregnant and parenting workers who need paid leave or pregnancy accommodations or who face discrimination.

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MCAH Home Visiting Program

Public Health Nurse (PHN) Program partners pregnant persons with their own personal nurse. We provide information around what to expect during pregnancy and childbirth, baby care and development, plus much more. We are available to clients regardless of age, immigration status, or gender identity.

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Pregnancy Pop-Up Village UCSF Research Team

We are a group of researchers at the University of California, San Francisco who are carrying out a study to learn more about pregnant people’s experiences at the Pregnancy Pop-Up Village.

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Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness

Rafiki Coalition provides a safe space for health and wellness services for our Black/African American Community in San Francisco. Programs include therapy, massage, chiropractic services, wellness activities, navigation services, food resources, and other community resources.

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San Francisco Human Services Agency

The San Francisco Human Services Agency is your home for help with food, health insurance, supportive care, financial assistance, child care, and more.

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SFHN Clinics

We are community primary care clinics that provide medical, dental, and wellness services to families in San Francisco. We link patients and families with all the resources needed to live healthier lives.

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SisterWeb SF Community Doula Network

SisterWeb supports a network of culturally congruent community doulas from and for Black, Latinx, and Pacific Islander pregnant people in San Francisco. We provide a free birth companion (doula) with expertise, support, and advocacy to promote a satisfying and dignified birth experience.

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Umoja Health

Umoja Health is a group of community members and organizations partnering with doctors, nurses, and infectious disease experts from UCSF and the San Francisco Department of Public Health to address the inequity in the burden of COVID-19 on Black, Latinx, and other minority communities.

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WIC Program

WIC is a supplemental nutrition program for Women, Infants, and Children that provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, a WIC card to purchase healthy foods at the grocery store, and referrals to healthcare and other community services.

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