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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Located In||Description (Brief)|
|Burlington and Area Midwives, East Burlington Office||Burlington||Provide complete care for women and their newborns throughout pregnancy, birth and the post natal period For more information about registered midwives, see listing for College of Midwives of Ontario ... [More]|
|Burlington and Area Midwives, West Burlington Office||Burlington||Provide complete care for women and their newborns throughout pregnancy, birth, and the post natal period For more information about registered midwives, see listing for College of Midwives of Ontario ... [More]|
|Community Midwives of Halton||Oakville||Provides continuity of care throughout pregnancy, birth and postpartum period * clients have a choice of birth place, either at home or hospital * staff has privileges at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial H ... [More]|
|Halton. Halton Region Health Department, Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program||Oakville||A free home visiting program for parents to be and families with young children (birth to start of school) who may need some extra support Parents receive information and support in order to: * have a ... [More]|
|Midwives of Brampton and Halton Hills||Halton Hills||Provides comprehensive care for women throughout normal pregnancy, labour and birth, and for both women and their babies for 6 weeks following the birth * midwives can order all tests and ultrasounds, ... [More]|
|Native Women's Resource Centre of Toronto, Community Programs||Toronto Downtown Central||COVID19 Meal available * call ahead for details Crisis intervention * information and referral * urban orientation * community outreach * food programs Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children -- h ... [More]|