Dallas, TX, August 30, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Thousands of pregnant women have been displaced by flooding caused by hurricane Harvey to the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX area. It’s vital that pregnant women and moms who just delivered receive adequate medical attention.
“During a natural disaster, the stress level is increased exponentially for pregnant women and new moms,” says Freya Mórani, CEO of RootMama, a perinatal support company.
RootMama is offering free pregnancy services and support to new mothers including help finding resources in DFW, help navigating insurance, help finding an OB or midwife, companionship during labor and delivery, breastfeeding assistance and diapers (as supplies last). RootMama encourages women to resume prenatal care as soon as they are able in Dallas.
Any pregnant or nursing mother in DFW displaced by Harvey can call (682)587-7668 from 9 am – 11 pm Central to speak with a RootMama enrollment specialist.
“At times of intense crisis, we must remember our most vulnerable citizens, those little ones not yet born or our newest arrivals,” reiterates Ms. Mórani.
What: Free pregnancy and newborn assistance
Who: Pregnant and new moms in DFW displaced by hurricane Harvey
How: Call/text RootMama at (682) 587-7668 to enroll
RootMama is also accepting donations for new and expecting moms – diapers, formula, breastfeeding supply, and baby/mommy toiletries.