332 W. Commerce
San Antonio, TX 78205
San Antonio Healthy Start offers the nation's most vulnerable women and families high quality services and resources for healthy pregnancies and healthy births.
San Antonio Healthy Start provides home visitation services to pregnant women until the baby turns two years of age. The program offers:
Healthy Start services the entire San Antonio community, with in-depth focus to Bexar County areas with the highest infant mortality rates, including zip codes:
The Healthy Families Network (HFN) is a consortium lead by Metro Health’s Healthy Start to strengthen community partnerships and linkages to reduce infant mortality and support successful birth outcomes in Bexar County
Day: 3rd Monday of each month (In June and July meeting are held on 2nd Monday)
Time: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm (lunch provided)
Location: Call number below for location information. Meeting locations alternate every month.
Networking and refreshments 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Speaker presentation 11:45 am – 12:00 pm
Work group updates 12:00 pm – 12:15 pm
Work group breakout 12:40 pm – 1:00 pm
Workgroup 1: Epidemiology
Workgroup 2: Reproductive Life Planning Initiative
Workgroup 3: Healthy Outcomes Through Perinatal Education and Support
Committees provide oversight and communication between Work Groups
As opportunities become available, members are encouraged to participate in a committee
The group examines the subject of racial disparities and its impact on health outcomes, evaluates workgroup activities for sensitivity related to the specific needs and disparities of ethnic, racial, age-specific and gender-specific populations
The group meets throughout the year to plan the activities surrounding the yearly infant mortality awareness month observance in September.
Agencies/Organizations committed to HFN may sign a Memorandum of Understanding, which allows your logo to be added to HFN products.
To become a Healthy Families Network member please fill out the membership form.
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Community baby shower will feature games and prizes and connects expectant moms to valuable resources.
A place where breastfeeding mothers and pregnant women can come to learn, socialize, participate in a support group, receive free individual counseling for breastfeeding, or just speak to a health professional about infant feeding.
Non-emergency Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.