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Are you or your partner pregnant?

Are you seeking information to support healthy pregnancy?

Healthy pregnancy is a result of a myriad of factors such as nutrition, a safe and healthy living environment, access to prenatal health care, exercise, and avoiding harmful substances [teratogens].

For some people, balancing these needs during pregnancy can be met with obstacles that are hard to overcome.

We believe that for a pregnancy to be healthy, a community of
supports and services are needed to help to bridge any challenges such as:

  • access to healthy food,
  • gaps in health care,
  • and trauma-informed services to help prevent the use of harmful substances, such as alcohol.

For everyone to have equal hope of a healthy pregnancy, we are here to help you by getting the resources you need to feel the supports of a community.

Connection is a vital part of any life, beginning as early as pregnancy.

For more information about pregnancy and alcohol, see our fact sheet here.

All of our fact sheets can be found here.