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Diabetes Education Brochure

TEAM Sugar Free provides the following services for diabetes management: Training on the ADA Standards of Care, education for Diabetes management, access to screenings and healthcare and management for high risk patients,

Diabetes and You Brochure

What services does TEAM Sugar Free provide for people with diabetes? Education for Diabetes management, health screenings, vision screenings, personal management for high risk patients and medication counseling for high risk patients

Telepsychiatry Brochure

TelePsychiatry is a way for you to see a trained specialist using the latest in video and communication technology. You and the specialist will see each other through a large screen TV. The connection is over a high-speed network that is secure and private.

IPC Brochure

The Indianola Promise Community is a Delta Health Alliance initiative uniting health care, education, community and faith-based services to provide people the opportunity to realize their promise as active members and leaders in the Indianola community. IPC represents an effort to establish best practices from the success of the Harlem Children Zone in Mississippi. Starting with prenatal care, through infancy, as toddlers, teens, students and high school graduates, IPC will fortify the efforts of Indianola youth as they tackle life’s many challenges.

DHA 2010 Field Report

Welcome to this Report from the Field, a periodic publication we use to highlight some of the 49 programs we sponsor, along with their partners and constituents.

DHA 2010 Field Report

DHA 2010 Brochure

The Delta Health Alliance is a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization, headquartered in Stoneville, Mississippi, that aims to improve the health of the 400,000 men, women, and children who call the Mississippi Delta their home.

DHA 2010 Annual Report

Our achievements in 2010 were many, though the highlight occurred when we became the only organization in the country to receive two highly-coveted national grants, the Beacon technology grant and the Promise Community planning grant Together totaling $15 million, these two awards will open vital new opportunities for realizing a healthier, more vibrant Mississippi Delta The Beacon grant will help establish the electronic health record as a strategic tool to fi ght diabetes and to promote better health care; the Promise grant will offer greater potential for a Delta-wide Promise Community in the near future.

DHA 2009 Annual Report

Annual reports tend to focus on financial statistics, bottom lines, and corporate measures of success. While these are important indicators of our progress, we wanted this report to have a different focus. Here, we emphasize the faces behind the statistics, the stories behind the numbers.