Healthy Babies, Healthy Children
Healthy Babies, Healthy Children is a no cost, voluntary program in Ontario. It is for pregnant moms, their partners, and families with young children.
To help families to get the best start possible Public Health Nurses and Family Home Visitors can provide:
- In home support
- Prenatal support
- Parenting resources
- Connections to community programs
Visit the Healthy Babies Healthy Children page for more information or call the Health ACTION Line at 1-800-660-5853 and ask to speak with a Public Health Nurse.
Infant Feeding Clinic
If you have questions about feeding your baby, or would like support to know your baby is feeding well visit our Infant Feeding Clinics. For more information see our Infant Feeding Clinics page.
Baby Talk is a weekly drop in group for parents and their babies under a year old. Check out our Baby Talk Clinics and Classes page for dates and locations of Baby Talk groups.
The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit offers parenting support through the Triple P Program for parents with children and youth 0–16. To learn more about the Triple P programs that we offer, please visit our parenting page to learn more. To find a list of Triple P dates and times near you, see our Triple P Clinics & Classes page for a schedule.
Resources for Parents
For Parenting Supports in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark check out our parenting referral map. This referral map has information for parents from Canada’s paediatricians!