Reduce your risk of developing preventable chronic diseases by following a few simple steps:
NET Health has implemented successful programs that have seen improved health outcomes in a variety of settings.
Does your company provide a lactation room for your working mothers to express breast milk while at your worksite? If so, your company may already qualify to become recognized as a Texas Mother Friendly Worksite!! NET Health can assist you with the free application process and we can provide you with free resources to provide your current and future mothers with convenient methods to store their breast milk and to support all of the healthy families in your company.
Would your company like to become a tobacco-free worksite? NET Health has trained staff that can start a fresh outlook on supporting your employees to safely use fewer tobacco products while at work. We can also help your company to create a new worksite tobacco-free policy, or to help your company create a new tobacco-free policy.
Do you live in a city that supports clean air ordinances that cover your city's parks, restaurants, splashpads, and other public gathering places in your city. NET Health can provide your city council and your civic leaders with a "Clean The Air" toolkit and educate your community about the importance for everyone to breathe clean air.
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) recognized Wood County (i.e., the cities of Mineola, Winnsboro, Quitman, Hawkins, Alba, Yantis) and Smith County (the cities of Tyler, Whitehouse, Lindale, Bullard, Noonday, Winona, Chapel Hill, Arp) as two of the healthiest communities across the entire state!
NET Health continues to develop, implement, and evaluate the successes of our ongoing public health initiatives, so that Wood County and Smith County and our surrounding counties will continue to support our programs that prevent the development of preventable chronic diseases. We encourage you to learn how you can become involved with the current development of the Active Living Plans for Smith County and for Wood County.
Get involved today and learn more by contacting either Terrence Ates or Paula Thomas.