To register or for more information call Toronto Public Health or speak with a Public Health Nurse through eChat.

Who Can Attend the Program?

The program is for individuals who are:

  • pregnant
  • 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.

What Does the Program Offer?

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.

Topics include:

  • having a healthy pregnancy
  • healthy eating during pregnancy
  • basic labour and birth
  • breastfeeding
  • becoming a parent

The program may also provide:

  • interpreters
  • 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.

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.