Babies don’t come with instructions.  

Most parents can use some support.


Save the Date: BHF 10th Annual Community Baby Shower is set for May 4, 2024


Building Healthy Families offers partnership from pregnancy to Kindergarten to support you to become the best parent you can be! We come right to your home to assist you with the changes and challenges that come with raising a child by offering information, resources, and enjoyable activities to strengthen the parent-child bond, foster happy childhood experiences for your youngster, and help you reach your goals.

Supports offered to families

  • Learn about typical and troublesome symptoms of pregnancy and get prepared for child birth
  • Get ready to bring your baby home and make plans to keep your child safe
  • Adjust to becoming a parent, raising siblings, or making a lifestyle change
  • Build your baby’s brain and gift your child with social-emotional health for a happy future
  • Increase your knowledge of infant and child development and learn how to help your child thrive
  • Address parenting challenges and manage stress
  • Increase joy in everyday moments and create happy memories for your child and family
  • Locate resources, meet other parents, or get more connected to your community

Let Building Healthy Families nurture you on a successful parenting journey.

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Parenting resources

National Maternal Mental Health HotlineBecoming a new parent can be hard. It is normal to feel depressed, anxious, and overwhelmed after having a baby. You are not alone. It's important to remember that mental health challenges are common during this time and there is no shame in seeking help. If you need someone to talk to, call or text the National Maternal Mental Health Hotline at 1-833-TLC-MAMA (1-833-852-6262) any time. It's free and confidential.