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This is an exciting and important time for you and your family. You want to do everything you can to keep yourself and your baby safe and healthy. The Prenatal and Newborn Resource Guide will provide you with some health information that could really make a difference in your lives.
This guide is designed to help you during your pregnancy and after your baby is born. In it, you will find answers to many of your questions - about pregnancy, breastfeeding, vaccines for your baby, safe sleeping and much more. You will also find information about other resources that are available to you. Each page includes a telephone number you can call to talk with someone who understands your concerns and knows what to do. If you have more questions, contact the MCH Section at email@example.com or call 971-673-0345.
Please note: The Oregon Prenatal and Newborn Resource Guide was last updated in January of 2013. You may still find the information helpful
but some of the resources may be out of date. We are evaluating how the guide is being used to inform the future of the Guide. As such, we do not have print copies of the Guide available at this time. We do have postcards with a quick response (QR) code that can be shared so that people can access the Guide on a smartphone, tablet or other handheld device.
Select chapters from the table below (in English or Spanish) or the download the complete Prenatal and Newborn Resource Guide.
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