All about Kids

This section is all about kids, and once you decide to become a parent there will be new and scary challenges along the way! The nurses at Uinta County Public Health have a wealth of information they would love to share with you. They provide Prenatal Classes, parenting helps, breastfeeding assistance, and even participate in Children's Special Health (CSH) programs.

While there are a LOT of resources out there, there's still nothing better than hearing it from the experts. These ladies will give you guidance from a distance, bring resource materials and provide education to your home, or provide hands-on assistance if you need it. Their expertise is available for both mothers and fathers, whether this is your first child or your eighth.

Uinta County Public Health has several programs that may be able to give you that nurturing support you desire. Two of our best programs are Best Beginnings and Welcome Home visits.  We start when you find out you are pregnant, and continue after your deliver your new bundle of joy.   Prenatal classes.

The Community Baby Shower has become an annual event and will be held Thursday, May 19th, 2016.  It's all about baby!!!  Even if you aren't the baby's mother you can come to have a little fun and learn something new.  We want to be sure you are aware of all the resources available to you. Come join us and have Shower food, fun and gifts       Letter to Booth Owners    Booth Application

Also, be sure to come and see us at our Annual Safe Kids Fair in June in Evanston, and July in the Bridger Valley!   We look forward to meeting you, or seeing your family again!  The Fairs are open to kids of all ages and have proven to be a fun-filled, action packed time for everyone. Don't miss it!!!  

Give us a call today to find out what these programs are all about.

307-789-9203 or 307-787-3800 in the Bridger Valley.

Here is some other helpful information:

Baby animals can make you sick
Choosing Car Seats  What kind to choose
Childhood Diseases Immune Platoon
Kids Health
Asthma CDC help