The second annual Motherhood Summit will dissect some of the most pressing issues facing Texas mothers. The health and well-being of mothers have a direct impact on their children and family. We’ll be exploring the intersectionality of topics such as family planning, access and care disparity, maternal mortality, and mental health, and how we can make sure that Texas moms get the care and support they deserve. Join us in the conversation!
This summit is presented in partnership with the Texas Family Leadership Council (TXFLC), the Texas Racial Equity Collaborative (TREC), Every Body Texas, United Way for Greater Austin, Santa Maria Hostel, the Early Learning Alliance, the Bay Area Houston Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Molina Healthcare, Head Start Greater Dallas, Texas Women’s Healthcare Coalition, United Way of Southern Cameron County, Methodist Healthcare Ministries, Children’s Defense Fund Texas, Texas A&M University School of Nursing, and the March of Dimes.