We all want what’s best for our kids, but being a parent isn’t always easy.
SIPPE (Integrated Perinatal and Early Childhood Services) is a program that can give you the help you need during pregnancy, and from the time your baby is born until he or she starts school.
Who is it for?
- Any pregnant woman and her / his partner, or any parent, or primary caregiver of a child under 12 months;
- Living in financial difficulties (below the low income cut-off)
- Do not have a secondary or vocational diploma, OR
- Living the feeling of being isolated.
The services available for your and your family
- Personalized support
Support adapted to your needs: school, work, housing, social assistance
- Inspiring ideas
Parent-child activities designed to stimulate children
- Useful information
Information about health, couple relationships, child development and life as a parent
- Enriching encounters
Group meetings with other parents where you can discuss, exchange and share
Need these services?
Call the community Clinic now and get valuable advice from health and social services professionals. They’ re there to help.
The first step will be to come to your home to talk with you about the help you need so you can have peace of mind during your pregnancy.
The program is adapted to your family’s needs, and is offered by a team of professionals: nurse, social worker, visiting homemaker, nutritionist, psychoeducator, etc.