Hubbard County Community Health
Community Health Office - Hubbard County
1415 1st St E, Ste 2, Park Rapids, MN, 56470-1803
Distance: 1148 Miles
Programming to help parents or potential parents succeed in the parenting role
This can include classes, workshops, information or other educational opportunities.
The FATHER Project assists fathers in overcoming barriers that prevent them from supporting their children economically and emotionally.
Hubbard County fathers and families have resources:
* Personal consultation with a father advocate
* Parenting support and fatherhood skills classes
* Child support services
* Father and family activities
* Adult Basic Education and GED services
* Employment services
Fathers in Hubbard county
Call (218) 255-2063
|Main - Health Screenings||(218) 237-5464|
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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PH-6100.1800-650New Dad Parenting Programs Definition
Parenting seminars, frequently taught by experienced fathers who bring their own babies to class, that help to prepare expectant fathers for their parenting role. The workshops provide opportunities to discuss a variety of issues with "veteran" dads such as bonding with the baby, balancing work and time spent with the baby, stretching their income, developing a parenting team, supporting the needs of a new mom, dealing with advice and criticism from relatives, and managing stress and health and safety issues; and include opportunities to practice feeding and burping a baby, changing diapers, holding and comforting a baby, playing with a baby, soothing a crying baby and other tasks related to parenting a newborn. Some programs focus on the parenting needs of a particular ethnic group, deal with cultural issues related to fatherhood and may be available in a language other than English.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.
The lawful mother and father of a person. Included are the natural mother or father of a child born to a valid marriage; the adoptive father or mother of a child jointly adopted by them; the natural mother of an illegitimate child if she is the sole guardian; the child's putative parent who has expressly acknowledged paternity and has contributed to the child's support; and any individual whose status as guardian of the child has been established by statute.
Men who have children.