There are a large number of pregnancy and childbirth services in and around Edmonton.
Alberta Health Services provides information on Adolescent Pregnancy, Adult Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, the Angel Cradle Program, Best Beginnings, Breastfeeding, Child Health Clinics, Early Pregnancy, Ultrasound, Health For Two, Labour and Delivery, Maternity, Midwifery Services, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Newborn Care, Maternal-Fetal Medicine Centre, Obstetrics, Pediatric, Postpartum, Prenatal Classes, Breast Pump Rentals, Public Health, Reproductive Mental Health Program, Newborn Hearing Screening, and Young Parent Outreach, plus many other programs and services at this URL: http://www.albertahealthservices.ca/services.asp?pid=stype&type=28
The Terra Centre is staffed by caring people who understand the fears and pressures that teenage pregnancy brings. Their mission is to empower successful teen parents.
The Terra Centre Board is comprised of Mark Alexander, a lawyer with Miller Thomson LLP; Laura Haynes, Director of Sales for Ceridian Canada; Erik Holmlund, Executive Director of Alberta Data Partnerships Ltd; DeAnn Hunter. Director, Project Management Office for the Edmonton Clinical Lab Project of Alberta Health Services; Mary Marshall, a lawyer who has practised primarily in health law and as an advisor regional health authorities; Lynda Phillips, a Registered Psychologist who works in Clinical Psychology Services and also at her private practice office in Old Strathcona; Edwin Radke, a Chartered Accountant; and Fran Ross, the Chief Communications Officer for Covenant Health.
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