State Representative James White and Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) are hosting a town hall meeting in Livingston, TX, to address the needs of women’s health in Southeast Texas. NFP is an evidence-based community health program with over 40 years of experience showing significant improvements in the health and lives of first-time moms and their children. Rep. White is actively engage with this organization to expand their services into our Southeast Texas communities.

Women’s health is a priority for all Texans and it is time that we ensure that the funding the State Legislature has appropriated is sent down to those who need services immediately. The town hall will provide NFP with the opportunity to discuss their plans to work with our local health care providers and how we will ensure the quality of healthcare that our Texas mothers and their children deserve.

Nurse-Family Partnership Town Hall Meeting October 29, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. Livingston Municipal Library 707 N. Tyler Ave. Livingston, TX 77351

“I am proud to work with NFP to bring these much needed services to Polk, Jasper, Newton, Hardin, and Tyler counties. Women in my district are in peril due to the lack of proper services and it is imperative that we draw down these funds that have been allocated,” said Rep. White. “I have consistently voted for pro-life and pro-women’s health measures on the House Floor. I will continue to work with NFP and our Texas Health & Human Services Commission to ensure that we have solutions to solve these problems. I urge Southeast Texans to attend this very important town hall meeting.”

Please do not hesitate to contact Saul Mendoza, Chief of Staff, with questions regarding this release at 512-463-0490 or 409-283-3700.

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James White is a Texas State Representative for Hardin, Jasper, Newton, Polk, and Tyler counties. He graduated with a doctorate in political science from the University of Houston. White served in the U.S. Army and worked as a public school educator and coach before being elected to the Texas House of Representatives in 2010. During his time as a Representative, White has worked on issues such as taxes, school funding, mental health, and more. He maintains a cattle ranch in Tyler County, attends Hillister Baptist Church, and is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and the Texas Farm Bureau.