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Family Health

Norman-Mahnomen Public health provides several programs to promote healthy families. We focus on teaching families how to create a safe, nurturing environment for children.

Public health also shares community resources that can help support and enrich families.

Public Health Children and Family Programs

Car Seats
Minnesota law requires all children who are 7 and under to ride in a federally approved car seat or booster seat, unless they are 4 foot 9 inches or taller.

Child & Teen Checkups
Child and teen checkups is a comprehensive health and dental checkup for children who have Medical Assistance and Minnesota Care.

Family Home Visiting
Norman-Mahnomen Public Health offers home visiting programs that provide families support and guidance. These home visiting programs are designed to help families reach goals and connect with community supports. 

Follow Along Program
The Follow Along Program helps parents learn about their child's health and development and gives them ideas about "what to teach" and "what ages to teach it".

Public Health Immunization Information, Immunization Safety, and Immunization Records

Blood Lead Testing
Too much lead can harm both children and adults. No one knows exactly how much lead it takes to cause health problems. Many times there are no symptoms until the health problems are very serious. Usually people who are lead poisoned do not seem to be sick.

Postpartum/Newborn Visits
A public health nurse will visit you in the community after you return home with your baby.

Clinic Services
Services include birth control options, pregnancy testing, STI screening/diagnosis/treatment and much more.

The WIC Program is a Nutrition and Breastfeeding program that helps eligible pregnant women, new mothers, babies and young children eat well, learn about nutrition, and stay healthy.

Nurse Family Partnership
Nurse-Family Partnership's maternal health program introduces vulnerable first-time parents to caring maternal and child health nurses.