Maternal Child Health

We provide support and information around Indigenous health care benefits prenatal and postnatal education, nutrition, breastfeeding, harm reduction, parenting, childhood growth and development, and perinatal and postpartum depression and anxiety.


Who we serve

The Maternal Child Health Program at Carrier Sekani Family Services offers resources and support to Indigenous pregnant women and parents of infants and young children from 0 to 6 years of age. We are available to provide service to both on and off reserve Indigenous clients. 

How we can support you

  • Prenatal and postnatal support
  • Outreach services 
  • Medical advocacy 
  • Developmental assessments (home visit/clinic visits) 
  • Child Wellness Clinics (in collaboration with CSFS Nursing and Early Childhood Development program. 
  • Baby necessities (diapers, formula, breast pumps etc.) 
  • Assistance with securing shelter

For more information about how we can support you, view our brochure

Referral Process

To get referred to any of our services, please fill the referral form . You can email the form to or drop them off in-person at any of our locations

We want to hear from you

Hours of operation: 8:30pm - 4:30pm

Office Location

IWA Prince George:

 #201 - 1777 3rd Ave

Prince George, BC


Vanderhoof office:

240 West Stewart Street

Vanderhoof B.C.


Burns Lake CNC building:

545 Highway 16

Burns Lake 


Fort St. James:

231 Douglas Ave.

Fort St James, B.C.



Anna Whitely 



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