Janou Postpartum Center Inc

Fairburn, GA   |

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Janou Postpartum Center Inc

EIN: 92-3926868


At Janou Postpartum Center, we believe that every mother's journey beyond birth should be embraced with compassion, spiritual nourishment, and holistic support. Rooted in a deep respect for cultural traditions and spiritual practices, we offer a sanctuary for mothers, welcoming women of all backgrounds into a community where they can heal, grow, and thrive. By prioritizing the well-being of our mothers, we're not just caring for individual souls; we're nurturing the future, one mother at a time. Together, we're creating a world where postpartum care is more than just a serviceit's a movement towards a healthier, more connected humanity -Dr Challotine Cius-Bonds, Founder

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Challotine Cius-Bonds

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PO Box 35

Fairburn, GA 30213 USA

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Cultural awareness

Health care quality

Health care access

Reproductive health care

Holistic medicine

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NTEE code info

Health Support Services (E60)

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501(c)(3) Public Charity

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Challotine Cius-Bonds

I am a mother, wife, entrepreneur and doctor. I was born to Haitian migrant parents in Richmond,VA and raised in south Florida. Although I was born in the US, I have always considered myself Haitian, because my life was always wrapped in my culture. Kreyol was my first language and I was taught about my culture, our African roots and danced up until I was 18 years old. My culture mattered, because I wouldn't be me without it. My mannerisms, diet, and philosophy on life, all started with my cultural up bringing. I am very thankful and appreciative for the experience and knowing my heritage. When I became a doctor, I sought out a new way of thinking about healthcare. Through that journey, I realized that I didn't need a new way. I needed the traditional, culturally driven, uncomplicated, healthy and spiritual way. Like many other women around the world, I didn't need to go outside of myself or my traditions to get better healthcare. Janou provides this experience to its clients.

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