Your health during pregnancy and the health of your baby in the early years of life provide a firm foundation for your child’s future.
Parents face a big responsibility in caring for each other and their children. Prenatal information and support can help parents build a healthy family life and ease the early challenges of parenting.
There is no safe amount or time to drink alcohol during pregnancy and in fact, should be stopped before planning a pregnancy. Alcohol consumed during fetal development can present many risks to the unborn baby including brain damage and birth defects. Have an alcohol-free pregnancy - prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
Free On-line Prenatal Course
Free Prenatal Classes at Grey Bruce Health Services Owen Sound
2019 Canadian Guideline for Physical Activity throughout Pregnancy
Prenatal Physical and Emotional Fitness
Let’s Grow is an email resources and information for parents.
Healthy Babies, Healthy Children Home Visiting Program
A Healthy Start for Baby and Me - An easy to read book about pregnancy and birth which contains the following information and more;
*All Classes Include a Breastfeeding Component
Hanover Family Health Team (HFHT) at the
Hanover & District Hospital
90 7th Ave (2nd floor) Hanover
Every other month
Call 519-506-4348 or 1-855-677-4348
(Do not need to be rostered with the HFHT)
Brockton & Area Family Health Team (BAFHT) at the
Walkerton Hospital (South Bruce Grey Health Centre)
McGivern St. West Walkerton
One Day Workshops
and one evening/week series
Call 519-507-2021 or 1-866-507-2021 ext. 41
(Do not need to be rostered with the BAFHT)
Call 519-376-9420 or 1-800-263-3456
MOMS Unique Finds
403 Durham St East
M’Wikwedong Native Cultural Resource Centre
1723 8th Ave East
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