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Aboriginal Prenatal Nutrition Program

APNP's Mission:​

 The Aboriginal Prenatal Nutrition Program was developed to address the physical, emotional, cultural & spiritual well-being of families who reside off reserve. These service are geared toward expecting  mothers / mothers and infant up to one year of age.

What is APNP?

This program educates, supports and provides healthy lifestyle choices for pre/postnatal women and their families through a nutritional and holistic approach.

Who is Eligible?

We provide service to those with Indigenous ancestry living off reserve in the rural areas surrounding Peterborough County.

How do you join?

Phone our office at 705-652-8787 and ask for Andrea Spence OR email: A time will be set up to fill out forms and register you for the program.


Cultural Workshops 

Nutritional Information Sessions

Baby and Me Yoga

Baby and ME swimming

Aqua Fit

Moc Walks

Breastfeeding Circles 

Baby and Me Time

Community Gardening

Meals on a Budget

Herbal Remedies

Dad and Me

And Many more... 


Support & Education to Pre/Postnatal Parents

Breastfeeding Information and Support

Parent Supporting Each Other

Food Box Program

Food Pantry Program

Mental Health Supports

Home Visits


Meal Planning & Preparation Support

Nutritional Facts & Supports (Includes Prenatal Supplements)

Newborn Health Nurse Program in Office

A huge Thank you - Chi Miigwetch - goes to all community members and active LLNWA clients for making this past year one to remember!  Hoping that we will continue to grow alongside each other! 
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