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Please save the date for the upcoming Women 4 Wellness event that will be held on Thursday, May 23rd, 2024!


Vendor Registration opens March 18th, 2024.


-Thank you from the Center for Prevention & Wellness Team! 


Chelsy L. Higgins

Assistant Director of Prevention & Wellness

Center for Prevention & Wellness 

Agnes Kenmille Building Office #108

Salish Kootenai College

(406) 275-4913 

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A big thank you to Trish Rodrique who stopped by Helping Hands to drop off 75 brand new books for our Backpacks for Baby Bundles and our Baby Bunch Incentive program. Trish stated the importance of the fact that parents are their babies’ first teachers and that's why she wanted to donate the books to our programs.


We here at Helping Hands, the Zero to Five Flathead Reservation & Lake County along with the Young Child Wellness Council and our many volunteers want to help parents realize the important role they play in developing their infants’ language skills, starting from birth by reading and interacting with their child.  


  Reading to infants is important because:

·        Contributes to the development of their growing brains

·        Gives them a good start towards a lifelong love of reading and good literature

·        Helps language development as they are taking in information and beginning to learn about speech patterns

·        Improves language skills by copying sounds, recognizing pictures, and learning words

·        Helps with language acquisition, communication skills, social skills, and literacy skills    


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We are partnering with First Children's Finance for a series of webinar trainings!

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Volunteering your time, money, or energy to help others doesn’t just make the world better—it also makes you better. Studies indicate that the very act of giving back to the community boosts your happiness, health, and sense of well-being.

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We will be closed Saturday, January 27 – February 13. No services will be offered, but the new outside materials return will be available. No items will accrue fines during this transition.

We will celebrate the Grand Opening on Wednesday, February 14th at 9 a.m. We can’t think of a better way to celebrate “Library Lover’s Month” than by welcoming the community back into our beautiful library.

On Tuesday, February 13 from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. we will offer guided tours of the full facility to the public. Groups will form every 15 minutes starting at 1 p.m. at the front entrance. February 14 at 9 a.m. will kick off with a ribbon cutting and we will be fully open with all services available.

Please watch our social media and website for updates to our schedule.

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Partnerships Support to Families Through Pregnancy and Postpartum!

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center and St. Luke’s Community Hospital

recently partnered with Zero to Five Flathead Reservation – Lake County and Helping Hands of Mission


We will educate new mothers and families on postpartum mood disorders by providing educational materials and a $25 incentive when mothers attend their postpartum check.

Looking to volunteer? Please give us a call 406-883-0770!

                 “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” – Mahatma Gandhi


410 First Street East - Suite 1

PO Box 1094

Polson, MT 59860

(406) 883-0770

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