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In this section you will find out more information about the company, our staff and our locations.
About this section:
In this section we introduce you to our services and what we can do for you.
In this section we take a look at our case studies and how we help businesses.
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Partnership, Programs, Prosperity
Speak Life: Here to Stay is a FREE pregnancy assistance program focused on ethnic and racial minority women between the ages of 15-35 who are either on, or eligible for Medicaid (self reported).
Speak Life serves Saint Joseph, Elkhart, La Porte and Marshall counties with multiple resources and a variety of educational programs. Participants will be provided with system navigation paired with birth and postpartum practical support, home visits, advocacy, and evidence-based information. Each participant will receive services from a team consisting of a registered nurse and a doula that is also trained as a community health worker.
Speak Life Offers:
Doula services/ Labor support
Support throughout pregnancy to baby’s first year
Social support services
Talk With Your Baby
D.O.S.E. (Direct On Scene Education)
Baby Box University
Kelli Brien (574) 440-1490
Community Health Doulas:
Family Services Coordinator:
an American Heart Association curriculum designed for children of all ages to educate on the topics of nutrition, physical activity, living tobacco-free and knowing how the heart works. Our office can provide this series of classes to your school community center or church.
Search Your Heart
a heart-health and stroke prevention program for African-American and Hispanic/Latino communities. We offer this program in both English and Spanish.
classes are taught to educate new moms on safe sleep habits for their new babies. This program is available to women in their 3rd trimester or has a baby three months old or younger. There is no cost for this class. This class is available in English or Spanish.
Chronic Disease Self Management
is a self-management program for people living with chronic conditions.
This class is currently only offered in English. Classes are taught by people living
with a chronic disease.
Brother to Brother: A program for men of color, taught by men of color. This course covers physical health, mental health and spiritual health. Classes are taught on a monthly basis. Five (5) sessions are facilitated with open dialogue among men of color.