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November 2021: Central Coast Childbirth Network Newsletter


We are always so thankful to connect with YOU, our CCCN Members and local community members.


 

🚨Just Announced! Are you a Birth and Wellness Professional, local community establishing, or established business owner looking to assess professional or personal Vision, Values 2021? Join us for our last Professional Event Series! Build Resiliency in the Midst of Change Presented by Carrie Asuncion with Keys To Empowerment on December 2, 2021, from 5-6 PM PST via ZOOM. Register here to learn more. RSVP by 12/1













 

Zabrina Cox and Susannah Brown, CCCN Board of Directors ran the CCCN table at Tiana's Mardi Gras Ball! They were able to speak and engage with parents and birth and wellness professionals on the Central Coast. Click HERE to see our Instagram post to see more photos from CCCN's most recent vendor booth at a local children's event hosted by Little Chameleon Party at the Jack House in San Luis Obispo.


 


CCCN Board of Directors Zabrina Cox and Susannah Brown, and #CCCNMEMBER Carla Nereli recently attended a Cal Poly speaker series event about The Jada® System, a device used to stop postpartum hemorrhage. Click HERE to check out some photos from the event on our Instagram!









 

Our recent CCCN Coffee Connection co-host and CtP Program Director Zabrina Cox and CCCN Members spoke with local birth and wellness professionals about non-toxic and environmentally safe retail products for families on the Central Coast. Click HERE to read our November Coffee Connection Highlight Blog post to learn more!








 

A big thank you to the South County Chambers of Commerce for giving us a fun welcome at the recent Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Click HERE to check out our Instagram Post to see some videos and photos from the South County Member Ribbon Cutting with CCCN Members! Our team is thankful to be a part of this community and to collaborate with community members and partners to advance our Mission, Vision, and Programs to support the birth and wellness community.





 

We are excited to announce OCTOBER New CCCN Membership. Click on the image to learn more.


Please help us welcome:

  • The Gardening Doula

  • Alisha Anderson

If you are interested in joining Central Coast Childbirth Network as a birth and wellness professional, you are invited to join any of our end of the year events to learn more about CCCN and membership with a one time guest pass. Register today!

 

Whether you are a new parent or birth and wellness professional, you will want to stay connected with helpful resources on our community calendar. For more upcoming events, check out our community calendar. Do you have an event you want to share? Please submit your event info here.


#cccnmember event coming up...

INNATE 4th Trimester Course Flyer with The Gardening Doula - VICTORIA CARRANZA
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This past month CCCN thanks the hard work and dedication from CCCN Interns Megan and Morgan. Together they completed 105 intern hours with CCCN!


Behind the scenes CCCN Interns dedicate their time to:

  • Shadowing #CCCNMembers & community members supporting families on the Central Coast

  • Newsletters

  • Blogs

  • Co-host CCCN Events

  • Digital Marketing and content creation via Canva

  • Editing and proofing past videos & so much more!

Thank you to CCCN Members and local businesses for providing shadowing opportunities for CCCN Interns:

 

We are excited to announce CCCN Intern Morgan Jamati three part blog series is now published. Learn more about Morgan's personal reflection as a CCCN Intern, personal shadowing experiences while offering her final perspective on her future. Thank you Morgan for your contributions to CCCN!





 

To learn more about the CCCN Board of Directors, please visit our updated BOD webpage to learn more. Interested in serving your community with our local non-profit? Join our Board! We are excited to hear from you!


We are grateful for the support from past Board of Directors who have been instrumental in the Mission, Vision and Programs of CCCN: Thank you for your service Mckayla Rodriguez, Brittany Randolph, Karla Wenger, Lindsey Faucette, and Michelle Graham.





 

Did you know we highlight Awareness Months, Weeks and Days on topics from preconception through the first year of parenting? Yes, we do each month! These are great to add to your social media calendar or learn something thing new.


Check out CCCN's New blog post HERE for more information.


Made possible in collaboration with Morgan Jamati, CCCN Intern. We greatly appreciate your support!


Do you know of any other important Awareness days or months for NOVEMBER? Please share in the comments. For more resources and support visit centralcoastchildbirthnetwork.com

 

We are excited to announce that CCCN has an Amazon Wishlist. Learn more about our wishlist and how you can help!

Current requests: Printer, Ink, Copy Paper, Envelopes, Binders, Dividers


We always welcome donations of new items that are birth and wellness related or items of appreciation that could be used to thank our speakers, interns, volunteers, for giveaways, or if we see a community or professional need.


If you or your business would like to make a tax-deductible donation of items/goods/services we would appreciate it!


Know someone who can support one of our needs? Please reach out, as we try to keep our costs to a minimum so we can focus on high-impact programming.

 

Local Community Resources for parents and birth and wellness providers:

  • The B.R.A.I.N.E.D. infographic is printed and available to CCCN Members. Local businesses or organizations, please inquire. Available in both English and Spanish. Contact: zabrina@centralcoastcn.org to request more.





 

Local Resources for business support


Did you hear you can add a link to your Instagram stories? Learn more info HERE!

 

Latest COVID-19 resources by county

SB County


Health Care Professionals and anyone entering the hospital setting, including birthing families and partners, please note the more recent State Office Public Health Order from the CA Department of Health regarding Requirements for Visitors in Acute Health Care and Long-Term Care Settings. Please read the following order for more information here. At this time, it is important to phone your local hospitals or birth setting for the most up-to-date visitor policies.

 

Click on the links below to read our previous Newsletters.


OCTOBER 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

SEPTEMBER 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

AUGUST 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

JULY 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

JUNE 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

MAY 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

APRIL 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

MARCH 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

FEBRUARY 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

JANUARY 2021 NEWSLETTER, CLICK HERE

 

All of us serve our community every day. Let's serve together with smiles, laughter, and heartwork. "Heartwork. Your purpose. Your art. Will land in the hears it's meant to. You won't be for everyone, but you are for someone. And to that someone, what you have to give matters. and that's the beginning of everything." - Danielle Doby With Gratitude, The CCCN Team Stay Safe. Stay Healthy. Stay Connected.

Is there anything you would like shared in our newsletter? We are happy to share any business/professional accomplishments or news updates. Please email Zabrina at zabrina@centralcoastcn.org.


*Due to COVID-19, our programs and services have changed drastically. In order to continue to provide support, education, and resources to the birth and wellness community on the Central Coast, we rely on funding through donations and CCCN membership. Any monetary donation is always appreciated and tax-deductible. Thank you for your support!


Mission: To provide a diverse network of birth and wellness professionals who are committed to inform, educate, and advocate for the individual needs of Central Coast families from preconception through the first year of parenting.




Newsletter made possible by:

Megan Fisher, CCCN Intern

Zabrina Cox, CCCN Director




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