An article by the St. Louis American highlights the efforts of the St. Louis Integrated Health Network and a host of partners, including the St. Louis Regional Health Commission, in a community-wide collaboration to address the recent shortage of baby formula and provide solutions for families.

The initiative addresses three main priorities:

  1. Breastfeeding Support for Birthing People and Families
  2. Distribution of Pasteurized Donor Human Milk (PDHM)
  3. Nutrition Support and Counseling for Families

The project aims to support the St. Louis community in its potential for healthy outcomes through timely and equitable access to pasteurized human breastmilk and formula during the shortage crisis in the St. Louis area.

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