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What is Halton iparent?Halton iParent Database

It’s the Halton Parenting Directory on-line.

It is an easy way to find information that can help strengthen and expand your parenting knowledge and skills.

“Spread the word”…Mother Father and newborn

Here’s what you will find

Over 130 Halton-based programs, workshops and seminars about raising children and youth.

  • Courses for expectant parents
  • Workshops on toddler behaviour
  • Discussion groups for parents of children of all ages
  • Single parent support groups
  • Parent and child drop-ins
  • Listings for children and youth workshops and courses
  • And much more!

Halton Region is your source for quality information. Check out our HaltonParents Website. You can also call or email us…

Dial 311 to speak with a local public health nurse about family health information and parenting support. Do you have questions about:

  • Father talking to his teen daughterParenting concerns (babies to teens)
  • Pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding
  • Child/Youth behaviour
  • Growth and development
  • Preventing injuries
  • Mental health
  • Alcohol or drug use
  • Local supports and programs.
  • It’s easy. Dial 311 or 905-825-6000 and ask for HaltonParents Health Information Line
  • or
  • e-mail  haltonparents@halton.ca

Share with us your stories.

  • Leave us a comment below
  • Talk to us on Twitter: @haltonparents
  • Email us at haltonparents@halton.ca
  • Call  HaltonParents by dialing 311 or 905-825-6000 for parenting information or to speak directly to a Public Health Nurse (every Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)

About Cynthia Lindsay RN

Hi everyone. My name is Cynthia Lindsay and I work as a public health nurse with the school years program. I've been a nurse for over 20 years (wow time flies!) with the last 13 years focused on what I've discovered to be my passion... Parenting. I now have many parenting accreditations and enjoy connecting with parents in the community through Triple P, parenting groups & social media. "Je parle aussi le français" and I love working, making connections, and raising my 2 teens with my hubby in Halton.
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