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Family Learning Center

About Us

The Family Learning Centers (FLCs) are libraries for patients, their families, and the community. The FLCs have health information, community referrals, classes, literacy activities, and enrollment assistance. There are books, pamphlets, DVDs, a children’s reading area, and computers with internet access.

Health Information

We can give you information on a health topic such as a disease, treatment, test, or preventative health.  Common questions are pregnancy, parenting, child development, diabetes, and asthma.

Community Referrals

You may ask questions that sometimes require us to connect you to a community agency. Questions about car seats, shelters, children’s activities, and health insurance are popular.

Classes

The FLCs have many classes each month. Some are parenting, nutrition, safety, child development, and support groups.  Click here for our newsletter.

Literacy Activities

The FLCs offer adults and children opportunities to improve their literacy. For example, we have storytimes for children. Click here for our newsletter.

Enrollment Assistance

We can also help with public benefit programs.

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