Partners

Our partners are dedicated to not only educating expectant mothers about prenatal care, but also educating families about the health, safety and well-being of children as they grow to age 5.

 

Healthy Families Partners

Arkansas Department of Human Services

Arkansas Department of Human Services"Healthy Families helps Arkansans take control of their children’s health at an early age, which can ultimately lead to healthier teens and adults."

Andy Allison - Director
Division of Medical Services

URL:  humanservices.arkansas.gov


Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Arkansas Children's Hospital

"Children are our future and their health is one of our highest priorities. It is because they represent our hopes and dreams that Arkansas Children’s Hospital is a Healthy Families Partner."

Scott Gordon - Executive Vice President

URL:  www.archildrens.org


UAMS (ANGELS Program)

U A M S Angles Program"Partnering with Healthy Families is one way the ANGELS program is keeping the public informed of Obstetric and Neonatal best practices in Arkansas."

Curtis L. Lowery, Jr., M.D., Director
Maternal-Fetal Medic & ANGELS program

 

URL:  www.uams.edu/angels


Better Beginnings

Better Beginnings"Our children deserve the best early childhood education and experience we can give them. Healthy Families is helping us do this here in Arkansas."

Tonya Russell - Director
Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education
Arkansas Department of Human Services

URL:  www.arbetterbeginnings.com


ARKids First

“At ARKids First, keeping your children healthy is our main concern. With the Happy Birthday Baby Books and HealthyFamiliesNow.net website, Healthy Families provides parents and caregivers with information and resources that support their efforts to do just that.  This partnership works for us all.”  
 

Amy Webb, Communications Director
Arkansas Department of Human Services

URL: www.arkidsfirst.com


Arkansas Department of Health

Arkansas Department of Health"We know that the Happy Birthday Baby Book has helped improve the lives of moms and babies in Arkansas. It’s a terrific educational resource and serves as an important motivational tool to encourage pregnant women to get early prenatal care."

Stephanie Williams - RNP, Director
Center for Health Advancement

URL:  www.healthy.arkansas.gov


Shelby County Health Department

Shelby County Health Department"Healthy Families provides education to families about their health, safety and well-being. It is a program that helps us make a positive impact on the overall health of our community and that is why we’ve partnered with them for almost 20 years!"

Yvonne Madlock - Director
Community Health Services

URL:  www.shelbycountytn.gov/index.aspx?NID=24


 

Partner with Healthy Families

Nothing is more important to the future of Arkansas and western Tennessee than the health of its children. Each additional partner means more healthy families.

There are two ways to partner:

  • Program Partner
  • Educational Partner

Contact us to find out more!

To become a partner or learn how to get involved contact:

The Communications Group
The Communications Group
Phone:  501-376-8722
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