General Health Care

Mommies In Need launches podcast

Written by Mindia Whittier

The program will feature inspirational leaders who are working to improve their community.

Mommies in Need has announced the debut of a podcast that will address issues in the childcare, healthcare and nonprofit spaces. 

Culture of Caring with Natalie Boyle will premiere May 2. Hosted by Mommies in Need Founder and CEO Natalie Boyle, the podcast will tie-in elements of fun and education to every episode. Among the initial episodes, topics will include authenticity, compassion, innovation, collaboration and being extraordinary.

The only nonprofit of its type in the nation, Mommies in Need seeks to improve access to healthcare by removing lack of childcare as a reason to miss preventative, general, and emergency appointments. The organization, which was founded in 2014, cares for kids so their families can access healthcare, primarily servicing patients of Parkland Hospital in Dallas while they receive medical treatment. 

Children are welcomed to Annie’s Place, a childcare facility at 2131 Butler Street that opened in November of 2020. Care is also offered for children of emergency room patients, the siblings of children receiving medical care, and in-home care for families in need. 

Culture of Caring with Natalie Boyle will be available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify or anywhere podcasts are available. The first episode is now available online.

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