Welcome to the official website of the Delta Health Alliance.

Delta Health Alliance is changing health care in the Mississippi Delta. Delta residents are gaining access to higher quality health care quicker, and they are learning how to stay healthy thanks to educational services and community outreach programs, such as the Indianola Promise Community and 21st Century Clinics.

Here are a few of the challenges Delta Health Alliance has been helping Delta residents address. Obesity rates are higher than a third of the nation’s population. Many chronic conditions, such as diabetes and high blood pressure, are 50 percent above national average. More infants in the Delta die before they are one year old than anywhere else in the United States (as a percentage of total population). The number of health care providers serving the Delta has been shrinking while the cost of medical care and prescription drugs has been rising.


DHA News

Improving Indianola Education with LINKS

The Indianola Promise Community just added eight new links to a chain that’s connecting children and their parents to programs for success. “We’re called LINKS because we Link Individuals, Neighborhoods and Kids to Services,” said LINKS member Shanekia Pembleton. “We try to ensure that each child is linked to the best programs for them, individually, […]


Delta Health Alliance receives a $3.5 million grant improve infant health outcomes

(Stoneville, MS) – The US Department of Health and Human Services recently awarded a five-year grant to Delta Health Alliance (DHA) to address infant mortality and poor maternal and infant health outcomes in the Delta counties of Holmes, Humphreys, and Leflore. The grant will address the needs of vulnerable mothers and infants in areas of the country with disproportionately high rates of infant mortality.