Greater Fall River Healthy Families

Greater Fall River Healthy Families We provide education, support, resources, and referrals to (1) first-time parents in Fall River (2) a

The Greater Fall River Healthy Families program provides education, support, resources and referrals to first time parents of any age who reside in Fall River through home visits and support groups. The program provides the same services to first time parents who are 20 years of age and younger, residing in the communities of Westport, Somerset and Swansea or any age mom living in Fall River. We p

rovide home visits designed to meet the families’ needs during the pregnancy and up to the child’s third birthday. We are committed to providing support to parents through the development of individual service plans that identify specific goals they want to achieve while in the program. The visits focus on building relationships with the families. Based on these relationships home visitors can introduce topics that include, helping parents become self-sufficient, make healthy choices for themselves and their children, encouraging them to pursue or complete their education and obtain job training skills, and promoting positive parent/child interactions. As part of the program we also provide interactive and engaging groups for parents that include transportation, child care, and meals. We encourage parents to connect with other parents and to have a voice in their community.

11/27/2023

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11/09/2023

Join us next Friday! 🍂Crafts, coffee, pastry, and plenty of friendly faces 😃

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE PUMPKINS! 🎃
10/27/2023

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE PUMPKINS! 🎃

Have you given birth in Massachusetts, or taken care of someone who has?The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (D...
10/21/2023

Have you given birth in Massachusetts, or taken care of someone who has?

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) invites you to join virtual or in-person public listening sessions. We want to hear directly from people who have experienced difficulty with our maternal health system in order to learn, make recommendations to improve services, and help more people give birth safely.

Register to attend the Virtual Listening Session on October 25, 2023 from 6 – 7:30pm. Click here:

Virtual Listening Session for the general public

10/20/2023

Virtual Listening Session for the general public

This is one week from today! Candy, costumes, family fun!
10/18/2023

This is one week from today! Candy, costumes, family fun!

Costumes are encouraged for Family Support Center's Trunk or Treat. Plenty of candy and fun for the whole family! Come j...
10/18/2023

Costumes are encouraged for Family Support Center's Trunk or Treat. Plenty of candy and fun for the whole family! Come join us next week!

10/12/2023

Family Support Center is hosting their annual Trunk-or-Treat at 1 Father DeValles on October 25th. Don't forget your costume! 🎃👻

10/05/2023
09/26/2023
Effective Monday, September 25th, every home in the U.S. will be eligible to order two sets of four free at-home covid t...
09/22/2023

Effective Monday, September 25th, every home in the U.S. will be eligible to order two sets of four free at-home covid tests.

Visit https://www.covid.gov/tests for more information.

Every U.S. household is eligible to order 4 free at-home COVID-19 tests.

09/19/2023

Why Walk. Run. Ride. the 4th Annual United We Move Trailfest? Whether you’re pursuing healthy habits, seeking community connections, or just want to support our Annual Campaign (or all three!), the trail race checks all the boxes! Our Walk. Run. Ride. event in the Bioreserve gets you outside and moving which has a positive impact on your own well-being while raising funds that promote the well-being of the Greater Fall River communities. The conservation land provides a beautiful backdrop of quintessential New England fall foliage that enables an appreciation for the environmental stewardship we are lucky enough to protect and enjoy. So, what’s your why? Register today: https://buff.ly/3ml33Cs

09/05/2023

Music, food, and activities this Thursday from 5pm to 7pm!

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The Greater Fall River Healthy Families program provides education, support, resources and referrals to first time parents of any age who reside in Fall River through home visits and support groups. The program provides the same services to first time parents who are 20 years of age and younger, residing in the communities of Westport, Somerset and Swansea or any age mom living in Fall River.

We provide home visits designed to meet the families’ needs during the pregnancy and up to the child’s third birthday. We are committed to providing support to parents through the development of individual service plans that identify specific goals they want to achieve while in the program. The visits focus on building relationships with the families. Based on these relationships home visitors can introduce topics that include, helping parents become self-sufficient, make healthy choices for themselves and their children, encouraging them to pursue or complete their education and obtain job training skills, and promoting positive parent/child interactions. As part of the program we also provide interactive and engaging groups for parents that include transportation, child care, and meals. We encourage parents to connect with other parents and to have a voice in their community.

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