Allegiance Health offers a variety of classes, seminars, screenings and events designed to improve the health and well being of the communities we serve.

Here is what's coming up

  •  Jun 11

    This class is recommended for brothers and sisters ages 3-9 to help prepare for the arrival of their new sibling.
  •  Jun 13

    For adults who have experienced any type of loss.
  •  Jun 13

    An in depth look at the benefits of breastfeeding. Learn practical tips about how to breastfeed successfully, returning to work and more. Dads or support person are encouraged to participate.
  •  Jun 14

    Part 2 of 6. This six-week course is a must for all expectant mothers and their partners. It provides all the essential information needed to prepare for the birth of your child.
  •  Jun 14

    Nourish is a 10 week wellness program, designed to help participants set and reach personal goals for a more balanced, healthy lifestyle.

    We encourage participants to attend all 10 sessions, but also welcome those who are interested in only certain topics.

    Topics covered are:

    1. Introduction and Getting Started                                                              
    2. Creating a Healthy Meal Plan                                
    3. Making Sense of Food Labels                 
    4. Food Shopping Simplified                                                
    5. Being Active: A Way of Life                      
    6. Sleep: The Missing Link?              
    7. The Art of Eating Mindfully                                               
    8. Jump Start Your Activity Plan                               
    9. Talk Back to Negative Thoughts                          
    10. Sustaining Behavior Changes
  •  Jun 14

    The RENEW program began in February 1994 to help women who were searching for support from others who had experienced and survived breast and gynecological cancers.
  •  Jun 14

    For parents who have lost a child of any age.

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