Pregnancy and Family Support
Pregnant? New Baby?
You have what it takes.
All parents have questions and concerns.
Our dedicated public health staff is prepared to explore your family health questions or concerns. We are committed to supporting you in being the best parent that you can be so that all our Jefferson children get off to a good start, thriving in a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment. We offer support and education to pregnant people and parents of young children who are income-eligible.
We also provide resources for families with children with special healthcare needs.
In order to ensure family health and safety, all of our services are available by phone and/or virtually during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Learn more about our Family Health Service programs, by calling us at 360.385.9400
A team of committed public health nurses, public health educators, social workers, lactation professionals, and registered dieticians are available to support healthy pregnancies, healthy babies, healthy children, and healthy families. Services, support, and connection to relevant local resources may be provided through, virtual, office and/or home visits.
Breastfeeding Education and Support
Get your baby off to a good start by learning about breastfeeding. Public health staff are here to assist you with reliable information to answer your questions and offer guidance and support on breastfeeding topics.
Breastfeeding supplies and pumps are available based on program eligibility.
- Jefferson County Breastfeeding Resources
- Washington Department of Health Breastfeeding Information
- Within Reach
- Stanford University Lactation
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- Washington Breastfeeding Coalition
- Know your Rights. Washington Breastfeeding Laws