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Programs: New & Expecting Parents

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New & Expecting Parents

There are probably a lot of questions going through your head on a day-today basis. Whether this is your first child, or fifth, each pregnancy is different. Here you will be able to find resources and programs that will help get you on the path to answering these questions.

Adoptive Families Association of BC

Provides province-wide support and advice if you are beginning to think about adoption, if you have decided to adopt, and if you have already had a child or children join your family.

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Baby / Child Health Clinics

Vancouver Coastal Health

Clinics cover immunizations, developmental questions and provide parental resources.

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Baby Days

Vancouver Coastal Health

Meet new parents and learn from Public Health Professionals.

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Breastfeeding

Vancouver Coastal Health

Support for early breastfeeding from birth to six months and continuing breastfeeding for two years and beyond.

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Healthiest Babies Possible

Vancouver Coastal Health

A free prenatal outreach program for women who need extra support during their pregnancy.

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La Leche League

Mother to mother breastfeeding support.

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Pacific Post-Partum Society

A self-help program and support for moms suffering from postpartum depression.

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Prenatal Classes

Douglas College

Prenatal classes taught by professionals, available in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

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Richmond Colts Program

Family Services of Greater Vancouver

An education and daycare program for young parents up to age 26, which allows them to complete their high school education.

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Contact Us:

Have a question? Contact us at:
info@richmondkids.ca

Richmond, BC

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Funding Provided By:

Early Years Centre

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