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BHB Upton/Druid Heights' Stacey Stephens Wins Social Work Award

Stacey Stephens (pictured, center), Director of B'more for Healthy Babies Upton/Druid Heights, was one of the University of Maryland School of Social Work faculty members awarded the Social Work Trailblazer Award. The award, given by The University of Maryland School of Social Work's Organization of African American Students in Social Work, recognizes Mrs. Stephens' 24 years of experience in assisting underserved women and children gain access to medical and mental health service througout the Baltimore and DC Metropolitan area. Thanks in great part to Mrs. Stephens' leadership in Upton/Druid Heights, birth outcomes in the community have improved and there have been no sleep-related infant deaths in 4 years!

Congratulations, Stacey!

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