Maternal Child Health

Maternal and Child Health supports prenatal and postpartum moms, infants and children birth to six through the following services:

Nursing Services

Focus on health promotion, prevention, and well-being; support and education during pregnancy, childbirth, parenting and role transitions; child growth and development; safe and healthy environments; and assisting families to connect with high quality health care and other support services in their community.

Family Support Services

Focus on identification of young adult and family strengths and needs; role modeling and mentoring aimed at successful development of life skills. The goal is to help young adults achieve health, education, economic, personal and parenting goals, foster healthy child development and assist families in accessing community supports and services.

Nurse Family Partnership

Focuses on healthy pregnancy, parent education and safety in the home.  Staff can provide referrals for healthcare, childcare and other community support services.  Enrollment is for prenatal moms who are having their first baby. For more information, call 888-5229 ext. 141 or click here to email the Children’s Integrated Services Coordinator.

 

Events & Activities at a Glance

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Fri 24

Big & Messy Art Space

March 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mon 27

Playgroup – Cambridge

March 27 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 pm

In the News

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‘Let’s Talk’ series turns to transgender

The Art House shows the third film in its “Let’s Talk” monthly series, Frontline’s“Growing Up Trans,” on Thursday, March 16, at 6:30 p.m. at Hazen Union High School in Hardwick. The film explores the transgender phenomenon, focusing on children coming to grips with...

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National Nutrition Month

Come put your best fork forward for National Nutrition Month! Dietitians and nutritionist will be available for health screenings and other interactive, all-ages activities. A door prize and community nutrition resources will be available as well as recipe...

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