The Parent Child Assistance Program (PCAP) is an intensive home visitation model that serves women at highest risk of having a child with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). It focuses on preventing future births of children with FASD. PCAP serves women who use substances and are pregnant or up to six months post delivery.
Bissell Centre: PCAP Program – Parent-child advocates provide one to one, long-term support to pregnant women (16 years and up) and women who have recently given birth and who have struggled with alcohol and drug use.
Catholic Social Services: First Steps Program – The program assists women who are at risk of giving birth to a child with FASD. First Steps is a 3 year relationship based mentorship program.