November 27, 2012
An unmet need of economically struggling families with very young children is having sufficient diapers to maintain proper sanitation and health. In addition to meeting emergency food needs of San Antonio’s households, the Hispanic Religious Partnership for Community Health has identified this unmet need and addresses it by not only supplying diapers but also, and perhaps more importantly, providing parenting classes to those parents receiving the diapers. Classes address the very important subjects of health, stimulation, guidance, discipline, and nutrition. As a ministry of the United Methodist Churches in the area, clients receive treatment with care and compassion as the mission and core value of the board and staff are undergirded with the teachings of and belief in Jesus Christ. Early childhood care is recognized as a key factor, perhaps THE key factor, in future growth and development. The Hispanic religious Partnership for Community Health is recognized as a prime and effective force in this area.
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