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Baby Talks: Support and Education for Pregnant or Parenting Teens

15 Feb

What Do You Want to Talk About?

“What should I expect as my baby grows and develops?”
“What are some good parenting techniques?”
“Where can I go for prenatal classes?”
“How can I balance school, a job, and caring for my child?”

Baby Talks offer support and resources for young parents through group learning and individual meetings. Pregnant or parenting young women twenty-four years of age or younger are eligible for Baby Talks.

  • Spanish and Hmong-speaking capabilities
  • Daycare provided on site
  • Transportation available

Where: The Paul and Sheila Wellstone Center for Community Building
Neighborhood House, 179 Robie Street East, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55107

Please contact the Baby Talks Program for more information:
Neighborhood House: 651.789.2500

  • Tania Villalobos 651.789.2551 (tvillalobos@neighb.org)
  • Maypahou Ly 651.789.2522 (mly@neighb.org) (Hmong language)
  • John Guertin 651.789.2517 (jguertin@neighb.org)

*Funding for Baby Talks is provided in part by the Minnesota Department of Health.

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