benefits for you and your child
Keeping your family safe from secondhand smoke and vaping is one of the most important ways to protect their health.
Women & Their Familie
A Guide to Help New Mothers Stay Smoke-Free
TAKE THE FIRST STEP FOR YOUR BABY. Making a plan to avoid secondhand smoke is an important step in helping
your baby have a healthy start.
This workbook was written by an ex-smoker and mother of two with input from a tobacco prevention expert.
Tips for keeping babies safe from secondhand smoke.
These materials were developed based on recent trends, research, and feedback from providers across the state working to address safe sleep practices with families and caregivers. A poster targeting grandparents and older caregivers about safe sleep practices.
Share the Room, Not the Bed.
Reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep related causes of death by creating a safe sleep space for your baby.
Some parents sleep with their babies purposely, and some may fall asleep with their babies accidentally. There are a number of reasons why parents might do this. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) states that sleeping with your baby is not recommended. However, certain situations make sleeping with your baby even more dangerous and could lead to death.
Reduce the risk of Sudden
Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep related causes of death by creating a safe sleep space for your baby.
Help Your Baby Sleep Safer
Reduce the Risk of Sleep-Related Causes of Death
by Creating a Safe Sleep Place for Your Baby