What’s Love got to do with it?

GHHS is holding an educational session between 12pm and 1 pm at the VNA on July 20th.  On learning how to parent together after your relationship ends.

National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month

Despite stigmas, teen pregnancy happens across the board. This means it can happen to women regardless of economic status, location, race, religion, or many other factors. Teen childbearing costs more than $18 million each year in Montana. Teens are exposed to more and more information these days with modern television, music, and the media. Now is a good time to make sure they know the facts about teen pregnancy.

Teen pregnancy is a sensitive topic. Jill Baker, the Director of Education for Planned Parenthood Montana, says National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month provides a great opportunity to begin long term conversations about More >

May is National Alcohol and Other Drug Related Birth Defects Month

When you are pregnant, you are not just “eating for two”, you are also breathing and drinking for two. As a result, it is very important to carefully consider what you give to your baby. If you smoke, use alcohol or take illegal drugs, so does your unborn baby.

Nearly 4% of pregnant women in the United States use illegal drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, Ecstasy and heroin. Many pregnant women who use illegal drugs also use alcohol and tobacco. All of these substances pose great risks to unborn babies. Additionally, illegal drugs may be prepared with impurities that can be harmful More >