Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program
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Who Can Attend
The program is for individuals who are:
- living in Toronto
- facing challenging life situations, such as hunger during pregnancy, recent arrival to Canada, previous premature or low birth weight births, and difficulty accessing health care.
CPNP is a free weekly prenatal program that provides group based and individual support and education from Public Health Nurses and Registered Dietitians in collaboration with community partners.
- having a healthy pregnancy
- healthy eating during pregnancy
- basic labour and birth
- becoming a parent
The program may also provide:
- healthy snacks
- food certificates
- prenatal vitamins
- child care
- TTC tokens
There are multiple program sites across Toronto. Partners or other support people are welcome. Please visit worth your weight to find a location closest to you.
Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) is a national prenatal program funded in part by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). Toronto Public Health is one of the partner agencies.