Chester County Parenting Resources

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Parenting is about learning on the job. We’ve put together a list of our guests’ favorite books and resources on pregnancy, the 4th trimester, newborn and infant care.

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  • Moms Supporting Moms @ Chester County Hospital: This is a free support group is for mothers or moms-to-be who want to connect with other mommas and talk about how they are feeling about motherhood. Call Mitzy Liriano, MS, BSN, CCE, CBC at 915-471-0621. Held on the second Thursday of the month. 7:00 to 8:30 pm.
  • Monday Moms Support Circle @ Erin Saddic, MS PMH-C LPC Postpartum Emotional Wellness: A support group for both new and experienced moms. $15 per group. Pre-registration is appreciated, but drop-ins are welcome: (610) 931-5547 or erinsaddic4@gmail.com. Held on the 1st or 3rd Monday of the month. 10:45 am to 12:00 pm.
  • Lean on Me @ Mother Me LLC: A group for new and new again moms supporting each other through the joys and woes of caring for yourself while caring for others. Receive breastfeeding peer support along with professional guidance from our own CLC, Melissa.  Free. (610) 232-2592. 
  • New Dad Meetup @ Paoli Library: Attention new dads and birth partners. Come join this fun, interactive, and informative meetup group. The focus is on navigating the stressors, challenges, and mental health issues that come as a new parent. Meets monthly in the Children’s Room.
  • Postpartum Adjustment Group @ Phoenixville Hospital: This educational and support group for new mothers meets monthly. Expectant mothers are welcome. Contact Community Health Education at 610-983-1288. Held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. 6:30 to 8:00 pm.
  • West Chester Postpartum Adjustment Support Group @ West Chester Area YMCA: The purpose of this group is to create a safe space for Chester County pregnant and postpartum women to prepare and share their experiences with adjusting to motherhood. Held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. 7:15 to 8:30 pm.

Pregnancy and Postpartum Education

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Bringing Baby Home – The Family Hive: Bringing Baby Home is the acclaimed workshop on relationship skills. It is designed to provide research-based knowledge and skills that dramatically strengthen your relationship. By offering the Bringing Baby Home program, they hope to empower new parents to strengthen their relationships and embrace their new roles.

Main Line Family Education:  Main Line Family Education provides evidence-based education, support, and community for both parents-to-be and young families in their comfortable studio. 

Safe Kids Chester County: Not only does this organization provide a wealth of information on how to keep your little one safe; they host free car seat inspections at local police stations.

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  • Raising World Children: The online resource was created for parents, featuring over 100 writers has quickly grown to be a global platform featured on various parenting sites and news networks.
  • Multicultural Kid Blogs: For families and educators raising world citizens, through arts, activities, crafts, food, language, and love.
  • Are Those Your Kids: A website dedicated to raising biracial kids in today’s world. 

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