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The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit has developed a list of community services for your information. It does not represent a complete listing of all available services. It is not intended as an endorsement of any individual or service. The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit does not assume responsibility for services provided by other organizations or service providers. If you do not have one, please see the supports below. For women and their families in the prenatal period, and families with children from birth until their transition to school. Program offers support in the home to children and parents identified with difficulties to help with healthy pregnancy, feeding including breastfeedingnutrition education, healthy child development, baby care, safety, adjusting to parenthood, and more.
Self-referral is encouraged. Midwifery practice clients only. Free, confidential telephone service to get health advice or general health information from a registered nurse or nutrition advice or information from a registered dietitian. About Us. See list of all health topics. Search our Website Search for:.
Provides tour and information. Medical Care. Barrie Midwives www. Health Care Connect www. Services available by phone or online. Telehealth www. Community Services. Working with families and their children with physical, mental, emotional and social issues including prenatal support and supports for children ages 0 to 6.
Services available 24 hours, 7 days a week. Call to speak with a professionally trained mental health and addictions counselor. County of Simcoe www.
Ended Beginnings www. Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network www. Also offering risk assessment, safety planning, referrals and follow up. Simcoe Muskoka Family Connexions www. Smokers' Helpline www. Walk-In Counselling Clinic www. No pre-registration is required. Breastfeeding Services. Wednesdays p. Breastfeeding telephone support provided by a Health Connection Nurse Monday to Friday am- pm. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. Can self-refer.
Accepts non-members. Health care for pregnant women and their babies during the first six weeks after baby, including breastfeeding support. La Leche League www. Services by phone consultations or monthly group meetings. Did you find what you were looking for today? What did you like about this ?
If you have any questions or concerns that require a response, please contact Health Connection directly. Thanks for your feedback. Failed to submit comment. Please try submitting again or at the Health Unit. Comment already submitted All Rights Reserved. Dial or www. Find local community programs and supports, i. Prenatal hospital registration. Help to find a family doctor or nurse practitioner. Indigenous culturally based supports to Indigenous families. Provides support to pregnant women with low income or receiving social assistance.
Supports different forms of pregnancy and infant loss through bereavement groups, workshops and one to one peer support. Support services to parents who have had a loss through ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, medical termination, stillbirth or newborn death. Prompt, confidential and individualized care and treatment. Information, support and services to protect children and strengthen families. Free and confidential one-to-one support with a trained Quit Coach.
Provides free single session counselling on a drop in basis and quick access to support for individuals, couples and families. Weekly drop-in group for mom-to-mom support, as well as an opportunity to ask questions and receive support from a public health nurse about breastfeeding, infant and child health, developmental stages, and parenting. Free, confidential health information and advice at your fingertips. Individual breastfeeding appointment with a Lactation Consultant. Online breastfeeding information, answers breastfeeding questions by and individual appointments at the clinic for a fee.
Experienced mother-to-mother breastfeeding information, support and encouragement through trained volunteer leaders.New to the areahelp needed
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