Whether you’re expecting or already the mother of young baby, it’s important to do what’s right for your health and the health of your baby. Marshall’s Community Health Education program has a variety of classes to help. The upcoming classes are listed below. Call 530-626-2990 for more information or to register.
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STOP SMOKING-SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM
Pre-registration required and space is limited.
Partial scholarships are available through a generous grant from The Marshall Foundation for Community Health.
WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES HEALTHY PREGNANCY
Designed for women who are thinking about becoming pregnant or have recently become pregnant, the class focuses on nutrition and exercise, fetal development, prenatal tests, hazards to avoid and preventing preterm labor.
Tuesday, April 10
Funded by a generous grant from Marshall Foundation for Community Health.
A custom designed childbirth class for those who do not have the time for the traditional six-week class format.
Saturday, March 17
Saturday, May 12
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
THE BREAST FEEDING EXPERIENCE
This class will help you understand breastfeeding, learn techniques and positions, and will give you the confidence to handle common breastfeeding challenges.
Wednesday, March 7
Wednesday, May 9
This class reviews basic newborn care for the first few weeks of life. Topics include newborn characteristics, physical and emotional needs of the baby, as well as health and safety skills.
Wednesday, April 4
Wednesday, June 6
This fun, interactive class teaches boys and girls, ages 11 to 15, how to become competent and responsible baby-sitters.
Saturday, March 24
Saturday, June 16
9 a.m.-3 p.m.