If you’re thinking about having a baby someday – even if that “someday” is years away – you’re in the right place. We’ll help you be ready – whatever you decide – by showing you how to live healthier…eat better...reduce stress in your daily life...and create a safe environment at home. We’ve organized content so you can find exactly what you’re looking for, with sections that cover women’s health, men’s health, parenting and more. You’ll also find great resources like maps for new dads and life planning tools for women. It’s everything you need to stay happy and healthy for yourself, and the baby you may have someday.
In October 2009, WIC began offering a new food package based on the
latest nutrition guidelines. This is the first major change to the WIC
food package in about 30 years. The new package offers fruits,
vegetables, whole grains, low-fat milk and baby food in addition to
cereal, eggs, juice, peanut butter and beans. Overall, you will have
more variety to help you make smart choices for you and your
Text4baby is the first mobile information service designed to promote
maternal and child health through text messaging. Text4baby is a free
service. The messages address topics such as labor signs and symptoms,
prenatal care, urgent alerts, developmental milestones, immunizations,
nutrition, birth defect prevention, safe sleep, safety, and
Congratulations on your new baby! Whether you're sure you want to
breastfeed or you're still deciding, know that breastmilk is one of
the most important gifts you can give your growing baby.
Tarrant County Public Health provides immunizations at all of our Public Health Centers. All Public Health Centers are open from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday-Friday, however, immunization service hours are specifically listed below.
Appointments are not required for immunizations as they are given on a walk-in basis during the times listed for immunization hours. However, if capacity is reached at an earlier time, the immunization registrations will stop for that time period.
Did you know part of Texas WIC's vision is to make referrals to health and human services? Tarrant County WIC has created a local resource guide to help you meet your family's needs. In this guide, you can find information for some of Tarrant County Public Health's programs and services, like Freedom from Smoking or immunizations. But you can also find information about many other programs, including help with food or a health card. Can't find exactly what you're looking for? Check out TarrantCares.org or TarrantCounty211.org
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