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Some clinics and classes are held on specific days; others are held every so often or to meet community demand.
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Prenatal classes promote a healthy pregnancy and prepare you for the birth and care of your baby.
Congratulations, you are going to be a parent! This will be the one of the most exciting times of your life! Taking care of your baby, and yourself while you are pregnant, is very important. Free prenatal classes can help.
There are parenting classes that can help you raise your children from toddlers to teens.
Moms, dads, and caregivers can connect and get social support from other parents at parent drop-ins located throughout Lambton County. Public health nurses are available to provide general baby health information, referrals and much more.
The Food Handler Certification Program is designed to teach food handlers the general principles of safe food handling.
Vaccinations are offered by Community Health Services Department in Point Edward, Petrolia and Forest. Find for a clinic location near you. Appointments are usually required. Call 519 383-8331 ext. 3554, or toll free 1-800-667-1839.
For eligible children 17 years of age and younger. Clinics are held Monday to Friday. Make an appointment by visiting or calling our main office:
Click this flyer for more information.
Birth control and sexual counselling services are available in Point Edward, Petrolia and Forest. Check clinic locations, dates and times. Appointments are preferred.
This four-week program can help you kick the tobacco habit.
Clinics are held in various locations across Lambton County to help prevent the spread of rabies.
A nutrition educator will answer questions on nutrition and demonstrate how to make healthy food choices during a free, aisle-by-aisle, guided tour of a supermarket.