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Prince Edward Island CPNP Projects

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Acadian FlagCap Enfants

Organization

Coalition actions pour enfants

Telephone

902-854-2123

Website

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Description

Cap Enfants is a prenatal program sponsored by the Coalition actions pour enfants. This prenatal project provides culturally appropriate information and support to pregnant Acadian and Francophone women and new mothers in the areas of prenatal care and nutrition, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, baby and mother care after delivery, infant nutrition, and infant growth and development.

Programs include a Healthy Baby Club, a community kitchen and a resource-lending library.

Families First Pre- and Postnatal Program

Organization

Families First - Voices for Children Coalition

Telephone

902-838-4600

Description

The Pre- and Postnatal Program is sponsored by the Families First – Voices for Children Coalition in southern Kings County. Families First provides information and support to pregnant women and new mothers in the areas of prenatal care and nutrition, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, baby and mother care after delivery, infant nutrition, and infant growth and development. A Baby Club and prenatal classes are offered weekly. Families First also has a lending library of books, videos, breast pumps and baby monitors.

East Prince Prenatal Nutrition

Organization

East Prince Community Coalition Inc.

Telephone

902-436-1348

Description

East Prince Prenatal Nutrition is sponsored by the East Prince Community Coalition Inc. With support from CPNP, the program provides information and support to pregnant women and new mothers in the areas of prenatal care and nutrition, labour and delivery, baby and mother care after delivery, breastfeeding, and infant nutrition, and growth and development. Programs and services include hot lunches, food supplementation, a New Beginnings Club, a Breastfeeding Moms Group, a lending library for toys, resource material and baby equipment, a baby and maternity clothing exchange, Maggie's Kitchen, a teen program in the high school and resource mothers who provide home visiting and transportation.

Eastern Kings Prenatal Program

Organization

Main Street Family Resource Centre

Telephone

902-687-3928

Description

The Eastern Kings Prenatal Program, sponsored by the Eastern Kings Community Coalition, is offered through the Main Street Family Resource Centre. With support from CPNP, the Family Centre provides information and support to pregnant women and new mothers in the areas of prenatal care and nutrition, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, baby and mother care after delivery, infant nutrition, and infant growth and development. Programs include a Mother to Mother Club that meets weekly, and services include a resource-lending library of books and videos.

Prenatal Nutrition Program

Organization

C.H.A.N.C.E.S. Family Resource Centre

Description

The Prenatal Nutrition Program is sponsored by C.H.A.N.C.E.S. (Caring, Helping, And Nurturing Children Every Step), a family resource centre on Brighton Road, Charlottetown. With support from CPNP, C.H.A.N.C.E.S. provides information and support to pregnant women and new mothers in the areas of prenatal care and nutrition, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, baby and mother care after delivery, infant nutrition, and infant growth and development.

Programs include the Special Delivery Club that meets weekly, Building Incredible Babies (BIB) that meets weekly and Resource Mother Support, which provides one-to-one support in the home. C.H.A.N.C.E.S. assists with transportation and child care and offers additional programs from outreach centres.

Prenatal Nutrition Program

Organization

Mi'kmaq Family Resource Centre

Description

The Prenatal Nutrition Program is sponsored by the Mi'kmaq Family Resource Centre which provides information and support to off-reserve Aboriginal pregnant women and new mothers in the areas of prenatal care and nutrition, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, baby and mother care after delivery, infant nutrition, and infant growth and development. Programming at the centre reflects cultural traditions. Programs include a community kitchen and a Healthy Baby Club that meets weekly.

West Prince Prenatal Nutrition

Organization

Kids West Inc.

Telephone

902-853-3437

Website

Description

The West Prince Prenatal Nutrition Program is sponsored by Kids West Inc., a family resource centre located in Alberton. With support from CPNP, Kids West provides information and support to pregnant women and new mothers in the areas of prenatal care and nutrition, labour and delivery, breastfeeding, baby and mother care after delivery, infant nutrition, and infant growth and development.

Services include a resource-lending library, and programs include a Healthy Baby Club that meets weekly, a Support Mothers Service that provides one-to-one support in the home, a Teen Parent Support Group, and Mother to Mother, a support program for teen mothers who are not in school.