Your Madigan team of lactation consultants for breastfeeding is here to serve you.
Centering pregnancy groups provide a dynamic atmosphere for learning and sharing that is impossible to create in a one-to-one encounter and alters routine prenatal care by placing women in groups for appointments based on similar due dates.
The Child and Family Behavioral Health Services (CAFBHS) serves children, adolescent and adult beneficiaries to provide individual, marriage and family therapy as well as medication management.
Spouses and children of Service Members (Active Duty, USAR, AGR, Title 10, Title 32) from all branches of services, who have medical conditions (physical, emotional, developmental, or intellectual) which require specialty care and also those who have special education needs are eligible to apply.
The Department of Defense’s Exceptional Family Member Program exists to ensure dependents with special needs get the care and services they need, and to help make transitions easier.
Licensed professionals who provide situational, problem-solving consultations anonymously and confidentially.
The New Parent Support Program promotes healthy Families through a variety of services including home visits, support groups, and parenting classes.
Provides a complete range of women’s healthcare from initial menses to beginning of motherhood and continued on through menopause and after.
Raindrops & Rainbows Center offers JBLM Families a free place to play, learn and network all year. Parents and their children ages birth to 5 years may drop in and take part in a variety of fun activities to work on school readiness, meet other parents and children and form friendships to last a lifetime.
WIC provides nutritious foods, plus other benefits, free of charge to eligible families.