Childbirth and Parenting Classes and Resources

Childbirth and Parenting classes at GW hospitalThe Best Care Starts with the Best Education
You can support your family-centered birth with a comprehensive childbirth and parenting program. Here, you'll learn about childbirth and discover the joy, responsibility and love that comes with being a new parent. Refresher classes are available for expectant mothers who already have children.

GW Parenting Initiative

  • Free breastfeeding support
  • Breastfeeding Mentorship program
  • Parenting support groups

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Breastfeeding Center of Washington

  • Free classes available
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Childbirth and parenting education
  • Prenatal support

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  • Breastfeeding support
  • Childbirth and parenting education
  • Prenatal support

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