Neonatal Intensive Care Awareness Month
Honoring all NICU patients, families, and health professionals
One of the greatest gifts you can give families of critically ill infants is hope; hope in the darkest of hours helps us endure.
Make a commitment to inspire hope this September for Neonatal Intensive Care Awareness (NICA) Month. NICA Month is designed to honor families experiencing a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit and the health professionals who care for them.
In 2014, founding organization Project Sweet Peas joined other professional and parent organizations to raise awareness to the challenges faced in the NICU. We heartened the voices of hundreds of NICU families as they shared their stories and supported efforts to support NICU’s across the country.
Please consider joining our community of organizations and individuals passionate about making a difference in the lives of these families.
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