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Professional & Peer Resource Hub

BCAPOP's Professional Resource Hub is updated regularly to act as a one-stop-shop for helping professionals and peers who support pregnant, postpartum and parenting people on a daily basis.

Federal, Provincial & Regional Health Services

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Access to resources for professionals and peers who support pregnant, postpartum and newly parenting people related to federal, provincial and regional health services.

Indigenous Resources
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Access evidence-based resources for professionals and peers related to learning about cultural safety, cultural humility and Indigenous-led organizations & services located throughout the province of BC.

Indigenous Resources 

Supporting Pregnant, Postpartum & Newly Parenting People

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Access evidence-based resources for professionals and peers who are supporting pregnant, postpartum and newly parenting people, including: physical, emotional, mental and social wellness.

Best-Practice and Continued Learning

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Access evidence-based resources related to best-practice and continued learning for professionals and peers who support pregnant, postpartum and newly parenting people.


Perinatal Substance Use

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Access to resources related to Perinatal Substance Use, including: harm reduction, substance specific information, support options for participants, training and research, and best practices.

Perinatal Substance Use Resources      


 Disclaimer:  BCAPOP shares evidence-based resources from many external sources. BCAPOP does not endorse  or assume responsibility for any information provided through these external resource links.



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