Car Seat Classes will be held on the third Wednesday of each month at 75 West Cleveland in St. Johns, please call
for more information.
Improve the health status of women in their childbearing years, and decrease the health disparities of low-income women, men and children.
Strengthening and supporting the family and community by promoting and improving the health status of women, men, infants, and children.
Reduce infant mortality
Reduce obesity and overweight among women and children
Reduce the rate of injuries, both intentional and unintentional
The program will be tailored to fit the needs of the population through education and collaborative efforts with community agencies to: reduce infant deaths, address health risks associated with obesity among women of childbearing age, as well as men, children and adolescents, through improvements in nutrition and physical activity; and reduce the number of injuries and deaths to women, men and children caused by motor vehicle crashes through the use of correctly installed child car safety seats, the correct use of seat belt systems and educating teens on motor vehicle safety.
Car seat classes provided by appointment:
Apache County Public Health Services District
323 S Mountain Avenue
75 West Cleveland
Tuesday and Thursday
333-2415, ext 237
Child must be present in order to receive car seat. Contact program office for more information.