Marshall County Health Department H.A.N.D.S.

The Marshall County Health Department HANDS program serves parents who live in Marshall County. Being a parent can be stressful, and HANDS wants to support families through this time. There is no cost to the family for this service.

Participation can begin during pregnancy or anytime before the baby is 12 weeks of age.

The HANDS program provides information to families about community resources and ways to help support your baby’s development.

HANDS helps families learn more about:

  • Having a healthy pregnancy
  • Caring for a new baby
  • How to bond with a new baby
  • How to support baby’s development
  • Making your home safe and healthy

HANDS helps families improve:

  • Home Safety
  • Coping Skills
  • Support System
  • Amount of Stress
  • Discipline Techniques
  • Anger Management Skills

If you are interested in learning more about this program, please contact Kayle Sanders at (270)-252-2692.

HANDS Staff Members:

  • Kayle Sanders RN: 270-252-2692 :: HANDS Program Coordinator
  • Payton Smothers: 270-252-2727 :: Family Support Professional
  • Rena Travis: 270-252-2729 :: Family Support Worker

Page Updated 11-21-2023