Breastfeeding is the normal way to feed a baby. It provides benefits to babies, mothers, communities and the environment.
Public Health offers an in-class breastfeeding class once a month at the Public Health office in Woodstock. The class runs from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. and gives you the basics of breastfeeding and how your partner or friend/family support person can help you through the early days of breastfeeding and beyond.
Breastfeeding Matters booklet (PDF)
Benefits of breastfeeding
New parents can call the Health Unit to get breastfeeding support by telephone, home visit or clinic appointment.
To register for a prenatal class, use the registration table below or call 519-539-9800 or toll-free at 1-800-755-0394 ext. 3473.
Public Health supports and encourages mothers in their effort to breastfeed. If you can't attend a class Public Health Nurses are available for one-on-one support via phone and/or a home visit. Find out more about these services here.
Oxford County Public Health & Emergency Services offers clinics, classes and events year round to promote healthy living, protect against illness, and help prevent injuries.
Parents and Parents to be
Teen Prenatal Classes
For Your Health
Ask A Nurse
Prenatal Health Fair
410 Buller Street,