Charity address and neighbourhood:

Address: 1229 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario M6K 1L2
This program provides support, nutrition and community programs information for pregnant families and families with infants 0-3 years of age. The aim of all 5Ps programs is to reduce the stressors on new families that affect their child(ren)’s healthy development; we do this by providing parenting support, resources and nutrition & feeding information to pregnant and parenting families living in the Parkdale-High Park Neighborhood.

Clients may be able to participate in 5ps programs if you:
– Live within the boundaries of Bloor Street, Lake Ontario, Dovercourt Rd and the Humber River.
– Are pregnant/expecting a baby
– Have an infant 0-3 years of age
– Are living on a low, fixed or no income

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Headquarters: Address: 1229 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario M6K 1L2

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