ARE YOU PREGNANT?
Having a baby is hard and many mothers struggle with taking care of themselves, their babies and the rest of their families. Institute for Population Health is committed to helping mothers get a good start for their babies. When moms feel better, they raise healthier and happier children. The ROSE Program is a post partum depression prevention program that will teach you skills to help you with stress, to manage your relationships, and to plan for
your future, especially once your baby is here.
Class size is limited. Call 313.882.1000 to reserve your space.
Join us for Christmas cookies, a game of gifts, and open discussion. Pre-registration required.
Today’s Mom aims to improve the dietary and physical activity habits of moms-to-be in ways that are sustainable before, during, and after pregnancy.
Six sessions will help moms-to-be understand the changes pregnancy has on the body.
This free series will cover topics such as:
- Relief for common pregnancy discomfort
- A babies development
- Healthy eating for mother and baby
- Reading food labels
- Menu planning
- Keeping active during and after pregnancy
Offered by the Michigan State Extension Program.
Licensed counselor, Lekeisha Newbold, will facilitate a support group for women navigating all stages of motherhood. Come to visit; we will listen. Class space is limited, RSVP recommended but not required. Call 313.882.1000 to reserve your space. There will be raffles!
WIC counselor, Keva Williams, will discuss all the benefits of WIC (Women, Infants, and Children). Do you know how to “double your bucks”? Are you aware of how WIC supports breastfeeding moms? Come with questions. Keva will have the answers.