KFL&A Public Health
KFL&A Public Health has many resources available to help all members of the KFL&A community. Among them:
Healthy Babies Healthy Children is a free home-visiting program that provides support to expectant parents, or parents with children six and under, to help children get a healthy start in life. Resources include prenatal services, screening to identify needs that may affect healthy child development, parenting advice, and access to many other resources including breastfeeding and nutrition services. For more information, visit KFL&A Public Health’s Parenting web page.
The Early Expressions program provides services for children struggling with their communication milestones. Children are eligible from birth until the end of junior kindergarten. For more information, visit KFL&A Public Health’s Speech and Language web page.
Beyond these programs, drop-in sexual health clinics are available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., and immunization clinics are available Tuesday mornings (drop in) and Wednesday afternoons (scheduled).
For resources for many other issues including alcohol and other drugs, smoking cessation, nutrition, physical activity, sun safety, injury prevention, etc., visit KFL&A Public Health’s Healthy Living web page.