705-733-3227 info@catulpa.on.ca


About the Service

As of May 2020, all CAPC, Next Step and MotherCare programs and services are being provided virtually. If you are interested in joining one of our programs, we ask you to read our CAPC-CPNP Remote Program Welcome and Consent Letter to learn more about eligibility, the information we require and privacy.

For more information about CAPC, Next Step and MotherCare virtual programs and services, please visit facebook.com/simcoecountycapc

MotherCare is a free weekly program helping promote healthy pregnancies in a friendly and supportive drop-in environment. Participants receive support and information on a wide-range of relevant issues such as breast-feeding, health, pre and postnatal nutrition, becoming a parent and community resources.

Nutritious foods, grocery gift cards and prenatal vitamins are provided to program participants.

MotherCare programs may be found in nine locations across Simcoe County:

  • Alliston
  • Angus
  • Barrie
  • Bradford
  • Collingwood
  • Innisfil
  • North Simcoe
  • Orillia
  • Wasaga Beach

Visit our events calendar for CAPC, Next Step and MotherCare program locations and dates near you. You can also learn more at Simcoe County CAPC CPNC – MotherCare Facebook page.

MotherCare (Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program) provides support to women who are pregnant, or with babies up to eight weeks of age, living in Simcoe County, and who have low income or are receiving social assistance. There is no referral needed.
There is no fee for eligible participants in the program. The program is funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada and the County of Simcoe. It is part of a national prenatal program and is locally hosted by Catulpa Community Support Services

For More Information

Additional information about eligibility and programs may be found on Facebook or by calling:

For general inquiries about the program, you can email us at capc@catulpa.on.ca  or call (705) 733-3227 ext 2236 or 1-877-803-3227 ext 2236

Feedback about Catulpa Services and Programs

Catulpa Community Support Services is interested in how you feel about your services and programs, whether a compliment or complaint. Your feedback is important since it can help us to improve. Your feedback will never negatively impact any of the services or programs we provide you.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.