A Program for Moms and Daughters

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Published on August 31, 2010 with No Comments

Are you a mom concerned about your teen daughter dating? What about safety? Do you know the warning signs of abuse? To learn the answers to these questions and more like them, attend Porter Health System’s Healthy Woman Program entitled “Teen Relationships: A Program for Moms and Daughters.” The program will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 16 at Strongbow Inn, 2405 E. U.S. Highway 30 in Valparaiso.

Linda Boxum, DO, as well as Amanda Wyatt, a licensed mental health consultant and board certified art therapist, Gary Seacrest, a licensed mental health consultant and MA, and Natalie Muskin-Press, MA, from Porter Starke are the presenters. The evening includes a light dinner and free mini-makeovers, compliments of area Mary Kay consultants.

Porter’s Healthy Woman program is a free community resource designed to empower women with the knowledge and confidence to make informed healthcare and well-being decisions for themselves and their loved ones. Program benefits for members include monthly health and lifestyle presentations, health resources and communications.

While the program is free, pre-registration is required. For more information, to register for this program or to become a member, call 800-541-1861, or visit www.nwihealthywoman.com.

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