MFHS President & CEO Receives Margaretta Belin Chamberlin Award
Maternal and Family Health Services is pleased to announce that the Scranton Area Community Foundation and their Women in Philanthropy initiative has awarded MFHS President & CEO Maria Montoro Edwards, . . .
#GivingTuesday 2021: Double Your Donation Through AllOne Charities
GivingTuesday 2021 is 3 weeks away! Mark your calendars – this international day of giving is happening on November 30th, the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. MFHS is thrilled to announce . . .
State Senator Judy Schwank Visits Reading WIC Nutrition Center
State Senator Judy Schwank toured the Berks County WIC Nutrition Center in Reading this week, where she was able to meet with the staff and learn more about the services . . .
MFHS Hosts Community Food Distribution November 12th In Scranton
Maternal & Family Health Services in partnership with the Weinberg Food Bank is sponsoring this free community food distribution day in celebration of our 50th anniversary. Please enter from the . . .
MFHS Launches Send a Friend Maternity Care Referral Program
We want to make sure every mom-to-be has access to the high-quality, affordable prenatal care she needs and deserves. Through our Send a Friend referral program, all new maternity patients and the . . .
Maternal and Family Health Services is the New WIC Nutrition Program Provider in Bucks County Starting October 1st
Bristol, Pennsylvania: Maternal and Family Health Services (MFHS) will be the new provider of the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program in Bucks County effective October 1st, 2021. The . . .
Maternal and Family Health Services Celebrates 50th Anniversary with New Logo
As part of its 50th anniversary of serving those in need, Maternal and Family Health Services (MFHS) launched a new brand identity and website this week. The rebrand is designed . . .
WIC Nutrition Program Announces Increased Income Guidelines
Maternal and Family Health Services announced that the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program has increased income guidelines allowing more families to participate in the free nutrition education program. . . .