Let the Heart Lead the Way.

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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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Hello community partners! Youth Connection is offering another TOTALLY FREE parenting class, this one designed for parents and educators of children aged up to 6 years old. Those early years can be a challenge, and Love and Logic provides simple solutions for a stress free home. 

Please share this with any families that may be interested. Next, keep checking for upcoming information on another FREE Love and Logic Parenting series for all ages and stages!

Collaborators: Zero to Five FRLC, Helping Hands, Lake County SNAP-Ed MSU Flathead Extension, Providence St. Joe’s, Head Over Heels.


The 2023 Nutrition class series at Head Over Heels was a first-time success! We had 6 graduates from the class series, and 12 different people who at least came and tried it out. We had between 4-12 kids each week who participated by playing in the gym and trying the recipes we made in class.

All the participants really enjoyed this class series and greatly appreciated the opportunity that each partnering organization made possible. There was positive feedback about the classes, and participants reported eating at home more and eating out less since taking the classes, as well as reading more food labels and being more intentional about what they eat. 

Raise Montana

Providers, Join us Thursday, January 25th on zoom from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm for the HEARTS training. This transformative training is grounded in the Healthy Environments and Response to Trauma in Schools (HEARTS) framework, specially tailored for an early education audience. This training provides staff with a foundational understanding of trauma-informed practices and includes examples of strategies that can aid staff in creating a culture of belonging, improving mental health and alleviating behavior issues.

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Event by Zero to Five Montana

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 are so excited to get into our newly renovated building!

We are making plans and lining up volunteers for the big move. Here are a few reminders for you during this time of transition.

Stay tuned for more details about our GRAND RE-OPENING on February 14th!

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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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