In-home Nurses Provide Personal Care for New Dallas-area Mothers and Their Children

Mariah Mathis said she felt she had hit a dead end when she found out she was pregnant. At the time, she was unemployed, living with her mother and did not own a car. When a representative at her local WIC office told her she could opt to have a nurse help her through her pregnancy and until her daughter turned 2, she said she didn't think twice about signing up. "I just felt like my life was over," the 26-year-old said. "I didn't want children, so it took a big toll on me."   Continue reading...

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