Perinatal Counselling Services are for pregnant women or new mothers experiencing or at risk of mental health or substance use concerns. All approaches take into consideration the safety of the mother and infant. Services may include:

  • Screening & diagnosis
  • Individual & group counselling
  • Referrals to other community services & support networks

Call 310-MHSU (6478) to connect with your local Mental Health & Substance Use centre

Resources

Perinatal Counselling Services Resource List

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a referral required?

No

Does your service support those who live on reserve?

Yes

Can this service be offered virtually?

Yes

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