Ashley Jones came into public health through the Women, Infants and Children program and now that her daughter is older continues to utilize the family planning program.
“I was recommended to visit the health department for birth control through the WIC program,” Ashley said. “We were having financial difficulties and I wanted to make sure that I was still on birth control even when I didn’t have insurance.”
Ashley’s daughter is her priority and she wants to make sure she is doing what is best for her.
“I just wanted to make sure that we were able to provide for our daughter and then when we were more financially stable we could consider having another child at that time.”
She highly recommends the health department to anyone who is in need of services.
“I have always had positive experiences at the health department and I would recommend it to anyone.”