Henry Ford Health in partnership with Black Mothers Breastfeeding Association and the University of Michigan (UM) are pleased to present this proposal for Babies Win. Families Thrive. Communities Transformed! (The Triple Crown) which will develop an innovative collaborative to facilitate the integration of community-based maternal support services into perinatal systems of care in Detroit, MI where the population is 76.6% Black and 31.5% of women live in poverty. Joining the Triple Crown collaboration are a diverse group of public, private, and community partners including Birth Detroit, Brilliant Detroit, Corewell Health, Detroit Health Department, Focus: HOPE, Harambee Care, Molina Healthcare, Southeast Michigan Perinatal Quality Improvement Coalition, United Way of Southeastern Michigan, and UM Child Health Evaluation and Research Center. Together these medical, social, community-based, advocacy and support partners will address social determinants of health and fill gaps that exist in the continuum of care for pregnant and postpartum persons while pursuing the Maternal Infant Child Health Objectives of Healthy People 2030. By partnering with invested stakeholders across the city of Detroit, expanding the perinatal care team workforce, and equipping them with needed resources, we can address Detroit’s maternal and infant health crisis in a feasible, effective, and sustainable way.