The Fourth Trimester: Native Afterglow

The Fourth Trimester: Native Afterglow
Posted on 08/22/2022
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Join us on Wednesday, Aug. 31, for a FREE, 2-hour in-person training with the wonderful Felicia Cocotzin Ruiz.

“Native Afterglow: Nurturing New Mamas in the Fourth Trimester” is a collaboration between the Early Childhood Education Center, the SRPMIC Department of Health & Human Services, and the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Register with Salt River WIC by calling 480-362-7300 or email [email protected].

This culturally relevant training is created to help new mothers become more knowledgeable about what life may look like in the fourth trimester. Participants will receive a special gift.

The fourth trimester refers to the first three months after a baby is born. It is a sacred time that can be difficult, no matter what type of birth experience a person has had. Unfortunately, the fourth trimester is often overlooked in our tribal communities. This training is designed to offer support for new Native mothers and their caregivers to flourish as individuals and as strong family units.

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Felicia Cocotzin Ruiz is a traditional healer (curandera), author, natural foods chef, and community herbalist with more than 25 years sharing Indigenous knowledge and complimentary wellness tools to educate and support her community back to overall health.

This workshop was produced by Felicia Cocotzin Ruiz, LLC and ADHS. Support for this workshop was provided through a cooperative agreement (Grant No. 6 U7AMC33714-02-01) from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau.

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