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Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children

Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children LogoAboriginal Healing & Wellness Strategy

Service Offered: Dryden, Geraldton, Hamilton, Napanee, Ottawa, Sioux Lookout, and Thunder Bay

 

A HEALTHY START, LASTS A LIFETIME

imageONWA’s Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program works with Indigenous families by providing the best possible services for the benefit of the children.

 

BEING A PARENT IS A FULL TIME JOB

This program is designed to assist Indigenous families in providing the best opportunities for healthy development of children 0 - 6 years of age through family home visiting, service coordination and referrals.

The Family Home Visitor works one on one with  the family. Home visits are developed through a plan of care and are offered weekly, biweekly and monthly.

 

KIDS DON’T COME WITH INSTRUCTIONS

The Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program offers:

Home Visiting

Education & Support in:

      • Breastfeeding
      • Pre & Postnatal
      • Nutrition
      • Growth  & Development
      • FAS / FAE
      • Parenting
      • Bonding
      • Building Self-Esteem
      • Health & Safety
      • Cultural Teaching

Promotion of:

      • Healthy Living
      • Healthy Relationships

 

HEALTHY BABIES, HEALTHY CHILDREN, HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

The Ontario Native Women’s Association also offers all of our families access to other supports, check out our other Programs to find out more: www.onwa.ca/programs

 


 

Click here to download the Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children brochure for your area:

Dryden   |   Geraldton   |   Hamilton   |   Kenora   |   Napanee   |   Ottawa   |   Sioux Lookout   |   Thunder Bay

 


 

For more information, please contact:

Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children
Toll Free: 1-800-667-0816
E-mail:onwa%23ca|ahbhc

 

The project has received funding from the Government of Ontario, Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy.

Connect with us

Head Office: 150 City Road P.O. Box 15-684, City Road, Fort William First Nation, ON, P7J 1J7
Phone: (807) 577-1492 - Toll Free: 1-800-667-0816 - Fax: (807) 623-1104
Satellite Office: 380 Ray Blvd, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 4E6 - Phone: (807) 623-3442