The Dallas Healthy Start program is an in-home service that aims to reduce infant deaths, preterm, and low-weight births.
The staff is made up of English and Spanish-speaking community health workers and health educators that provide prenatal and postpartum classes among other educational opportunities.
Watch as Nishell Jackson, a Community Health Worker of Parkland Health, talks more about the program and all it has to offer community members.
Dallas Healthy Start Program
4917 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 75235
This service provides support throughout a woman’s pregnancy and the first year of the baby’s life with text messages that cover topics like:
- Prenatal care
- Baby health
- And more.
This is a free service that sends text messages that are timed to the pregnant woman’s due date.
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