Thank you for supporting Pediatric Patients at Hennepin Healthcare

Aqui Para Ti

Supports the Hispanic Youth program at Whittier Clinic. Tackles health issues such as: obesity, teen pregnancy, and sexual health for females and males ages 12-20

Between Us

Supports parents raising teens with workshops and training. Provides sexual education and confidential services for teenagers, and advocates for teen health at Hennepin Healthcare

Children's Hunger & Growth Research

Supports research studies that show the impact that food insecurity has on the health and development of children

Children's Literacy

Provides books to pediatric patients and literacy education to families

Child Mental Health Enrichment

Provides toys and play equipment for child psychiatry

Extraordinary Kids

Enhances the pediatric experience at Hennepin Healthcare. Includes the purchase of toys and activities, and updates to the family playroom

NICU Urgent Needs

Assists families, who have a child in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit for extended periods of time, in staying at the child's bedside. Also supports program improvements

Pediatric Brain Injury

Purchases resources that aid in the recovery of pediatric patients with a traumatic brain injury, including equipment used for rehabilitation

Pediatrics General Fund

Supports the overall mission and strategic vision of Pediatrics at Hennepin Healthcare

Pediatric Sleep Disorders Research

Funds the study of sleep disorders in children

Pediatric R.E.A.C.H.

Focuses on the health and well-being of children, from babies to teens

Pediatric Trauma

Provides toys and other supplies for pediatric patients receiving care in the Emergency Department

PICU Urgent Needs

Assists families, who have a child in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit for extended periods of time, in staying at the child's bedside. Also supports program improvements

Redleaf Center for Family Healing

The new Redleaf Center for Family Healing expands upon the work of Hennepin Healthcare's Mother-Baby Program, creating a new model of care to support families

Taking Steps Together

Addresses the rapid weight gain in obese children by partnering with the entire family

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