Services for Pregnant or Parenting Women Involved with Drugs and/or Alcohol
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Services for Pregnant or Parenting Women Involved with Drugs and/or Alcohol

Moving Forward

Specialized services for women who have substance concerns and are pregnant or parenting children 0-6 years of age.

Ray of Hope

Ray of Hope offers addiction treatment programs which assist youth in the Waterloo and Wellington regions on their journey to overcoming addiction and substance abuse. We provide three levels of treatment to youth, as well as support to parents/guardians, with the ultimate goal of helping youth return to a life free of addiction.

Bridges to Health

A day treatment program for adult women who are concerned about their use of drugs, including alcohol.

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Information on addictions and mental health issues.


Grand River Regional Withdrawal Management Centre

Non-medical supervised withdrawal from drugs and alcohol through a residential, day and community outreach treatment model


Region of Waterloo Public Health Reproductive Health Phone Line

Speak with a Public Health Nurse about pregnancy or planning a pregnancy.


Healthy Children Info Line

Information and referral for parents and caregivers of children 0-6 years of age.


Drug and Alcohol Treatment Infoline (DART)

A province-wide information and referral service with interpretation available in 140 languages.



Offers information, counselling and referrals about the effects of alcohol and other substances to pregnant and breastfeeding women and their families.

1-877-327-4636 (1-877-FAS-INFO)

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