External Links

Health Services

The following regional health websites have excellent information and resources for a healthy pregnancy and baby.

First Nations Health Authority

Fraser Health

Inter Tribal Health Authority (Vancouver Island)

Interior Health

Island Health

Northern Health

Vancouver Coastal Health

Vancouver Native Health Society

 

Province-wide Resources

Baby’s Best Chance

Healthy Families BC 

Perinatal Services BC

Women's Health - Healthlink BC


Advocacy

First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition

Representative for Children and Youth

 

Alcohol & Drug Cessation

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse

Canadian Harm Reduction

Fir Square

Girls, Women, Alcohol, and Pregnancy

Health Link BC

Heartwood Centre - Treatment

 

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

CanFASD Fact Sheet

FAS World

FASD Society for BC

Public Health Agency of Canada


Infant Feeding & Nutrition

BC Baby Friendly Network

Canadian Infant Feeding Guidelines

Dietitians of Canada

Infant and Children Nutrition - Health Link BC

International Breastfeeding Centre (Dr. Jack Newman)

Sample Meal Plan: Infants 6-12 Months


Infant Sleep Safety

Safe Infant Sleep Toolkit - FNHA

Safe Sleep Environment Guideline for Infants 0 to 12 Months of Age

Safe Sleep – Public Health Agency of Canada


Maternal Nutrition

Dieticians of Canada

Government of Canada Recommendations

Health Link BC Recommendations

Health Canada Recommendations


Perinatal Mental Health

Anxiety BC

BC Reproductive Mental Health

Here to Help BC

Pacific Postpartum Support Society

Perinatal Services BC


Safety

Canadian Women – Facts About Violence Against Women

Domestic Abuse Help Lines

WAVAW - Crisis Centre and Crisis Line


Smoking Cessation

Government of Canada Tools

Health Canada Tools

Quit Now

Respecting Tobacco – A First Nations Perspective


Miscellaneous

Motherisk

  • Resources about all substances during pregnancy, including illegal substances, alcohol and prescription medication
  • Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy Helpline
  • Toll free number that all women / care providers can reach across Canada
  • Resources for locating a family physician in BC
  • An on-line resource that helps patients and health care providers find information on social and health resources within their own community, including counseling, crisis intervention, employment assistance, and agencies that provide support for various medical conditions.
  • NOTE: POPs can register to be listed as a service provider by visiting the Fetch site for their community.




BC Association of Pregnancy Outreach Programs
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