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For Women:

Earn While You Learn (EWYL)

This is a mentoring program, so you will meet one on one,  each week, with your mentor. If you have a husband or boyfriend, they may participate with you. At times, they may be assigned a male mentor to address needs unique to the fathering role as well as the option to take classes designed specifically for dads. Sorry, friends are not able to participate with you.

As the name suggests, as you are learning you are earning what we call “Mommy Dollars” which you can use to “buy” needed items in our Blessings Room.

Call or stop by for more information.


"Breastfeeding Successfully"

Presented by Chonda Gulick, RN & Certified Lacatation Consultant (Moms Only )

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

6:00 pm @ Hope Pregnancy Center






"How to Care for a Sick Child" 

Presented by Jo Simmerly, RN


For Men:                                             

All Dads or Dads-to-be are Invited to:

"Dr. Dad" Workshops

Tuesdays in May from 6:00-7:30pm
(May 1,8,15,22)

@ Hope Pregnancy Center
17 SW 6th St. ~ Ontario, OR


The Well Child 

This class will go through the Crying Flowchart, infant nutrition, immunization, temperament, and more.


The Sick Child 

This class will cover: fevers, the common cold, dehydration, and more. 


The Injured Child

Learn how to treat burns, scrapes, choking, and more. 


The Safe Child 

Learn how to keep your child safe in the car & in the kitchen.  Learn how to deal with parental anger and more.


All classes are offered free of charge!  

Each participant will receive a free workbook to take home for each workshop.

****Door prizes and Daddy Dollars awarded****

Attend all 4 classes to be in a special drawing for a brand new car seat!

For more information & to sign up, please call the Center at 541-889-4272


These workshops are led by Kent Sandquist, P.A.:

Kent is a graduate of Fruitland High School and attended TVCC and Umpqua Community College where he obtained his EMT / Paramedic Certifications. He worked as a Paramedic in Payette and Malheur Counties for 8 years before returning to college at U of W to obtain his Physician Assistant Certification. Kent is married and has 2 children.