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ISSUES: 'Cribs for Kids' celebrating 20th anniversary of advocating safe sleep habits

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Founded and headquartered in Pittsburgh, "Cribs for Kids" has been instructing new mothers and child caregivers and advocating safe sleep habits for babies for two decades.

PITTSBURGH -- Founded and headquartered in Pittsburgh, "Cribs for Kids" has been instructing new mothers and child caregivers and advocating safe sleep habits for babies for two decades.

Judy Bannon, Executive Director of Sudden Infant Death Services of Pennsylvania, a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit, launched the "Cribs for Kids" initiative in 1998, providing safe sleep options for at-risk families.

Since its inception, "Cribs for Kids" has seen sudden infant death rates drop dramatically in Allegheny County, as well as throughout the country due to their efforts, both through education and legislation.

Bannon recently appeared on "Issues on the Point" to detail their mission and services and reflect back on two decades of saving babies' lives.

For more information, visit "Cribs for Kids" online.

Watch "Issues on the Point" every Sunday morning at 6:30 on 22 the Point.



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