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Maternal and child health

Pregnancy, infant feeding, and other parenting resources.

Peel Public Health offers support to parents and caregivers at each stage of parenting. All services are free of charge and translation is available.

Our services:

Parents and caregivers can also refer to children and parenting for more information about:


Health Babies Healthy Children screening form
This screening form is used to refer pregnant people, and families with infants and young children to this free program. Peel Public Health nurses provide in-person home visits.

Tools for Ontario's enhanced 18-month well-baby visit
Resources from McMaster University Health Sciences to help health professionals implement the enhanced 18-month visit in your practice, including the Looksee Checklist (formerly NDDS), Rourke Baby Record, and WHO Growth Charts.

Child Development Resource Connection Peel
Provides information, referral and services on various topics impacting families, including licensed child care, respite services, special needs and more.

Community Information Partners Peel
Offers a complete directory for services available for healthcare professionals, families, and children in Peel.

Perinatal or postpartum mood and anxiety disorders

One-Link mental health service
Refer patients to services within Mississauga and Halton using the online referral form.

William Osler Health System: Women’s mental health clinic
905-494-2120 ext. 29618, fax 905-494-6757.

To access the referral form, go to find a doctor or service and follow these steps in the ‘find a service/referral info’ section:


Health care professionals with questions about our services and resources can contact 905-799-7700, Caledon 905-584-2216, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday or email Peel Public Health.