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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0197||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Children in Need of Treatment Program||ON||Peel Public Health 905-799-7700||This program provides access to basic dental treatments for children under 18 years of age who are in need of urgent dental care and who meet criteria.
|BRA0568||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Food Check Peel||905-799-7700; Caledon residents 905-584-2216||Regional public health program to monitor instances of possible food poisoning or inappropriate food handling by food workers or unhealthy conditions at food establishments in Peel * all reports are kept confidential but will help determine if there is a problem at a particular food establishment||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0256||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Healthy Babies Healthy Children||905-799-7700||A prevention/early intervention initiative designed to give children (prenatal-6yrs) a better start in life. All Peel Region families with newborns receive a telephone call from a Public Health Nurse within 48hrs after discharge from the hospital. New parents receive advice and support to help them with the changes a new baby brings, and are offered a home visit by a Public Health Nurse. Families who are isolated and overburdened will have access to the Home Visiting Program, which offers the family the support of a Family Visitor and a Public Health Nurse. This program is offered throughout the Region of Peel.||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|BRA0602||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Hot Weather Alert Information||905-799-7700||Website providing hot weather alert information for the Region of Peel * offers recommendations to prevent heat injuries for the following groups: general public * child care centres * schools * homeless shelters and outreach programs * agencies serving elderly/persons with disabilities * outdoor workers/workplaces * recreational facilities * updated daily * information can be found on website at www.hotweatherinpeel.ca * during business hours call Peel Public Health 905-799-7700||Add Record|
|CDR0200||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Pregnancy Programs, Adult Programs||ON||905-799-7700||Peel Public Health offers free prenatal classes, an eLearning prenatal program, and combination of class(es) and eLearning. For more information visit www.PregnantInPeel.ca or call 905-799-7700.
Some of the topics covered include:
*Staying healthy during pregnancy
*Comfort measures during labour
*Caring for your newborn
*Adjusting to parenthood
*Resources in your community
Weekday evening and Saturday classes available. Call for class times and dates.
Albion/Bolton Community Centre
150 Queen Street S
Brampton Civic Centre
150 Central Park Dr, Rm 106
(Queen St E & Central Park Dr)
Peel Public Health Clinic - Fairview
325 Central Parkway West, Unit 21
(in the Parkways West Plaza)
Peel Public Health Clinic - Meadowvale
6975 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle
(E of Winston Churchill Blvd; N of Battleford Rd)
For those who prefer to learn online, the eLearning Prenatal Program is also available.
The eLearning Prenatal Program is a free, web-based program with animated illustrations and videos. Call Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700 to register.
|Office Hours for Registration: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0201||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Pregnancy Programs, Teen Programs||905-799-7700||Peel Public Health offers free prenatal programs for pregnant teens and young women including:
TEEN PRENATAL SUPPER CLUB
A program for pregnant young women. Come for prenatal classes, supper and learn to stay healthy during pregnancy; cope with labour and delivery; learn to care for your newborn; learn to cook easy meals; meet other new moms over dinner; talk with Public Health Nurses and other health care professionals.
Prenatal Supper Clubs are operated by BridgeWay Family Centre and are supported, in part, by Peel Public Health.
Offered at the following locations:
Peel Public Health Clinic, Fairview
Parkways West Plaza
325 Central Pkwy.W.,Unit 21
Brampton North Early Years Centre
57 Mill St N
(Queen St W & Mill St)
Wednesdays 4:30 pm-6:30 pm
Bramalea / Malton
Chelsea Gardens Peel Living Building
4 Knightsbridge Rd.
Thursdays, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
eLEARNING PRENATAL PROGRAM
A free, web-based program with animated illustrations and videos for those who prefer to learn online. Call Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700 to register.
HEALTHY BABIES HEALTHY CHILDREN
A prevention/early intervention initiative designed to give children (prenatal-6yrs) a better start in life. All Peel Region families with newborns receive a telephone call from a Public Health Nurse within 48hrs after discharge from the hospital. New parents receive advice and support to help them with the changes a new baby brings, and are offered a home visit by a Public Health Nurse. Families who are isolated and overburdened will have access to the Home Visiting Program, which offers the family the support of a Family Visitor and a Public Health Nurse. Call Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700 for more information.
|MHL0707||Peel Health Services Department, Public Health, Sexual Health & Communicable Disease Division||7120 Hurontario Street, 5th Fl
Mississauga, ON L5M 2C1
|905-799-7700||Sexual health clinic * health professionals test for and treat sexually transmitted infections * family planning services
* birth control counselling
* testing for sexually transmitted infections
* pregnancy test and counselling
* sexual health information and counselling
* sexuality and relationship counselling
* immunizations (Hepatitis A and B Vaccine and HPV Vaccine)
Anonymous HIV Testing - HIV information and testing * outreach services and education * referral to community services * pre-test counselling on how people get HIV, and what a positive or negative test result might mean * post-test counselling to discuss the results
|Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm||Add Record|