June 17, 2022
Remembering, honoring, and celebrating the significance of Juneteenth
Juneteenth is recognized as, and is believed to be, the oldest commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. While many reference the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation as the end of slavery, June 19, 1865 is celebrated as the day Union troops made their way into Galveston, Texas, to free those who were still…
February 09, 2022
Your Guide to CDPHP Maternity Benefits
Before I became pregnant, when I would see expecting mothers walking down the street, baby bumps perfectly round, I’d fantasize about how amazing that experience would be. Fast-forward to my own pregnancies when the reality of sleepless nights, financial worries, dirty diapers, and nursing challenges set in and motherhood turned out not to be as…
May 20, 2020
Pregnant in the Pandemic: Keeping You and Baby Healthy during COVID-19
Setting up the nursery, attending birthing classes, celebrating with friends and family, and answering the questions of “When are you due?” “Is it a boy or girl?” and “How are you feeling?” These were all the situations I anticipated when finding out I was pregnant and due May 12, 2020. What I wasn’t prepared for…
April 23, 2018
For me, 2018 began with a list of goals I wanted to achieve. Some were typical to anyone’s resolution list: lose weight, save money, take a vacation, and be more present. The biggest one, however, was to give back.
January 18, 2018
CDPHP® Selects 2018 Charity of Choice
CDPHP® is pleased to announce its 2018 Charity of Choice – Family and Child Service of Schenectady. Throughout the year, CDPHP employees will organize dozens of fundraisers with the hope of meeting their $50,000 fundraising goal.
August 15, 2017
Comfort and Care for Siblings of Sick Children
As part of its 2017 Charity of Choice initiative, CDPHP® is helping to raise funds for The Bus Stop Club, a local nonprofit whose mission is to provide encouragement and emotional and recreational support for the siblings of children with chronic illness or developmental, physical, or intellectual disabilities.