For Healthy Start Families

For Healthy Start Families

This page offers free resources for our Healthy Start families to access at any time.

Financial Literacy Series

November 17 – Banking Basics

December 8 – Creating Your Financial Game Plan

January 19 – Understanding Credit & Conquering Debt

Yoga Sessions

For new parents, yoga has several health benefits. It helps your body with flexibility, toning and strength, and helps clear your mind. Instructor Samantha Collinson, with Maya Yoga, leads these classes made just for our Healthy Start families. Start with the beginner class, then progress through the intermediate and advanced classes when you feel ready.

Healthy Cooking Videos

Looking for recipe ideas? Chef Davis with Davis House of Catering offers these suggestions with our Healthy Start families in mind.

Therapy Sessions for New Moms

Moms in our Healthy Start program experiencing Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, such as postpartum depression, are eligible to join virtual small group therapy sessions free-of-charge with The Healing Corner KC. Dr. Tamela Ross leads these bi-weekly, one-hour sessions where our moms can openly discuss concerns about pregnancy, perinatal health and family life, and receive support. If you’re a mom in our program and are interested in participating, please contact your Community Health Worker.

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Diaper, Crib or Education Requests

Have a question about your regular diaper pick-up? Need to request a new crib and schedule an educational session on safe sleep practices for your baby? Or, need to request a new car seat and schedule an educational session on car seat installation? Please contact your Community Health Worker.

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Coronavirus Resources

Financial Help for Renters Affected by COVID-19

Help for families struggling financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic is available through a new program funded by the U.S. Congress as part of the stimulus bill approved in December 2020. The program is overseen by the U.S. Treasury Department and administered by states, cities and counties in partnership with local community organizations. The Emergency Rental Assistance Program can help families who rent their home get caught up on past due rent and utility bills.


COVID-19 Tips and Tools