At Hope Clinic, we believe every parent has the opportunity to thrive when given access to great tools, accurate information, and encouragement. Thriving parents lead to healthy, thriving children and communities, which is why we are happy to provide in-person prenatal and new parent classes, at no cost, to the public. Online video classes can also be arranged.
Pregnancy Class Series (Free and in-person).
Join our monthly four-week course on pregnancy, taking place on Wednesdays, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm starting the first Wednesday of every month. A hot meal will be served and you will have an opportunity to ask your pregnancy-related questions to our staff, which includes a registered nurse and a registered dietitian. Each class also includes free gift(s) and/or door prize!
Register now to reserve your spot! After registering, you can expect to start receiving text reminders for all classes unless/until you opt-out by replying to one of the texts.
Class 1: Your Expectations of Pregnancy (1st Trimester)
This getting-started-with-pregnancy class offers tips for managing symptoms of morning sickness, fatigue, the emotional impact of pregnancy, and what to expect for prenatal care.
Class 2: Sailing along in Pregnancy /Eating for Two
This class covers changes to expect in your 2nd trimester and how to eat to maintain your good health while you grow a strong and healthy baby. Learn about the emotional ups and downs of pregnancy and how to deal with them while you begin to bond with your unborn baby.
Class 3: Preparing for The Final Stretch
Learn what to expect during the 3rd trimester, childbirth planning tips, and getting ready for your new baby. Learn about nesting.
Class 4: What Comes Last? Then What?
Discusses what to expect during labor and after delivery and your first few weeks of being a new family.
This FREE series repeats every month starting with the 1st Wed of every month. You may attend missed classes in the next series.
ADDITIONAL CLASSES TO CONSIDER:
Upcoming Embracing Parenting Bonus Classes:
These single-session classes are Mondays at 6:00 p.m. and provide dinner for the couple.
January 30: Finding Affordable Quality Childcare
In this class, participants will learn about the different types of available childcare in Oregon along with tips and tricks to help you find care for your child. We will discuss what to look for when seeking high-quality care for your child and what resources are available to assist eligible parents with the cost of care. This class will be provided by Heather Freilinger, Program Coordinator of Care Connections & Education, a Child Care Resource and Referral agency serving Douglas, Klamath, and Lake counties.
February 6 Feeding Your Baby
Learn your baby’s hunger cues and when to feed… then how to recognize when baby is full and stop feeding! Discuss the benefits of breastfeeding v.s. bottle feeding and other issues surrounding feeding your baby. Learn about resources available in our valley for feeding.
Review this website regularly for new classes added every month such as:
Feeding Your Baby
Budgeting for Baby (expecting a class in February.
Understanding Your Infant.
Ways to register:
Complete the registration form below. We will send same-day text reminders for all classes unless/until you opt-out by replying to one of the texts. Please confirm your registration for class attendance with the number people to plan for meals.
You may also call: 541-672-2609 or
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