CUPS Prenatal Program Expansion - on CBC and in Vital Signs magazine
April 8, 2013
CUPS Prenatal Program is doubling its capacity to 300 deliveries per year. The program is multidisciplinary, collaborative and non-judgmental. It addresses multiple issues that many of the women we work with face, including lack of food security; domestic violence; housing and mental health issues; and addictions. The goal is to deliver healthy, full-term babies and to support parents in creating a positive and healthy environment for their child’s lifelong development. The Prenatal Program works closely with CUPS Family Development Centre, Nurturing Parenting Program, Pre-Natal to Three and One World Child Development Centres and CUPS mental health services. Combined, these programs provide the support that at-risk families need to move out of the cycle of poverty. CBC Radio One and CBC TV ran segments on the program's expansion on April 8, 2013. View the CBC TV story here or listen to Gwen's interview on CBC Radio One here. Vital Signs, a monthly magazine for Alberta physicians, also ran a feature story on the Prenatal Program's expansion in March 2013, click here to read the Vital Signs article. CUPS' Gwen Moncayo, Women's Health Clinic Coordinator, being interviewed by David Gray on CBC's Calgary Eye Opener, April 8, 2013.

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