Walmart and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health have partnered with CareSource, a non-profit healthcare organization, to expand resources for Black mothers in Georgia. The collaboration aims to improve access to maternal and infant care, with a focus on reducing disparities in health outcomes for Black mothers and babies.
CareSource will work with Walmart and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health to provide education, resources, and support to Black mothers, including prenatal and postpartum care, baby care, and health and wellness information. The program will also offer educational workshops and support groups for mothers, as well as access to healthcare professionals who can answer questions and provide guidance on important health topics.
In addition to these resources, Walmart and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health will also provide funding and support for community health initiatives and projects aimed at improving maternal and infant health outcomes for Black mothers and babies. This includes support for programs that address social determinants of health, such as access to healthy food, safe housing, and transportation.
This partnership is part of a larger effort by Walmart and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health to address health disparities and improve outcomes for underserved communities. By working with CareSource, they hope to leverage their resources and expertise to make a meaningful impact on maternal and infant health in Georgia and beyond. By providing education, resources, and support, the partners aim to help Black mothers and their families access the care they need to lead healthy, happy lives.