When Fantasia James-Hollins drops off 3-year old daughter Antalisa for day care at Boston's Dimock Health Center, she greets clinic staff members and teachers by name. For her, being at the clinic is like coming home.
"I've been off and on this campus since I was, basically, born. My mother used to come here," said the 29-year old mother of two.
With a history of hypertension and other health issues in her family, James-Hollins has made her kids' health care a priority.
"I can ask my doctor things that a lot of people may be embarrassed to ask their doctor," she said. "I just have so much a greater comfort being here, and I think that that does help you to be a step ahead of health and education."