Consumer Direct Care Network Texas showed their support of Texas women by wearing pink to celebrate National Women’s Health Week.
Across the state, Texans wore pink to celebrate women, highlight women’s health programs, and continue the conversation about improving women’s health.
Dr. Courtney N. Phillips, executive commissioner of Texas Health and Human Services, said, “This week serves as a reminder for women to make themselves a priority and take steps toward better physical and mental health. Together we can be role models for health and continue on our trajectory of improving the lives of all Texans.”
National Women’s Health Week kicked off May 12 and continues through May 18. This nationally recognized week serves as a reminder for women to make their health a priority and build positive health habits that improve lives.
More information is available at hhs.texas.gov and www.womenshealth.gov
*content from Texas Health and Human Services