Our Patient and Family Support Program staff are here to help you navigate these resources and many more. Our Family Advocates are just a phone call away and ready to assist with community resource referrals, navigating the healthcare system, and problem solving.
Family Advocates: We’re here to help!
Family Advocates are Neighborhood Clinic staff members that are here to provide extra support to your child and family. Family Advocates can help with:
- Navigating the Cook Children’s Healthcare System
- Financial, food and other community resources
- Behavioral health referrals
- Medicaid applications and questions
- Early childhood services
- Other questions or concerns about how to find resources for your family
If your child or family needs extra help, call your pediatrician’s office and ask to speak to a family advocate.
Speak to your advocate today
- Arlington Neighborhood Clinic – 817-347-2261
- McCart Neighborhood Clinic – 817-347-2346
- Miller Neighborhood Clinic - 817-347-3705
- The Morris Foundation Center for Innovation in Children's Health – 817-347-2346
- Northside Neighborhood Clinic – 817-347-2228
- Renaissance Neighborhood Clinic – 817-347-3705
- Richland Hills Neighborhood Clinic – 817-347-2261
Below are a few links to resources that might help your family. For help navigating these resources, or for more information on community resources in your area, please call your pediatrician’s office and ask to speak to a family advocate.
Health information and health care benefits:
- Cook Children’s Health Plan
- The Center for Children’s Health led by Cook Children’s
- Your Texas Benefits
Food, transportation and financial help:
- 2-1-1 Texas
- Aunt Bertha
- HelpMeGrow North Texas – resources for children ages 0–6
- Tarrant Area Food Bank
- Trinity Metro - Tarrant County public transit