New Parent Information: Prenatal Classes

See below for further information on Prenatal Classes, and new parents.


Offer pre-natal classes based on the Lamaze Six Healthy Birth Practices.

Phone: (250) 532- 9430

Camosun College

Offers pre-natal and parenting classes. Bursaries available for low-income families, telephone to inquire.

Phone: (250) 370-4578

Inter Cultural Association (ICA)

The ICA helps individuals and organizations connect across cultures. We provide information, support and tools to help immigrants reach their goals. By engaging people through networks, education and arts programming, we provide a welcoming community.

Offers pre-natal classes in addition to outreach and education in the community.

Phone: (250) 388-4728

Island Mother

Seeking unique, quality support for pregnancy, birth & postpartum? Our informative and transformative Birthing from Within prenatal classes meet the needs of your Heart and Mind through birth and new parenthood. Individual sessions also available for families who are having another child, and parents struggling with birth trauma or pregnancy loss. Located in Victoria & Duncan, BC.

Phone (Duncan): (250) 737-1687

Mothering Touch

Offers fitness and yoga, childbirth preparation and parenting classes, breastfeeding support, doula services and retail space.

Phone: (250) 595-4905

Options Pregnancy Counselling and Resource Centre

Offers counselling services, prenatal classes, Mums’ and Babes’ Group, baby supply room, and the services of a doula and client resource advocate.

Phone: (250) 380-6883

Public Health Nurses (Peninsula Health Unit)

Free one-on-one pre-natal instruction.

Phone: (250) 544-2400 for more information.

Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health

Offers pre-natal classes.

Phone: (250) 519-5390 for current information.

Young Parents Support Network

Young Parents Support Network is a small, non-profit organization whose mission is to support and empower young parent families. Offer pre-natal classes and parenting education, as well as other services.

Phone: (250) 384-0552

PCEC "1000 X 5" Children’s Book Recycling Project
The PCEC “1000 X 5” Children’s Book Recycling Project was started in April 2008. Through this initiative, gently-used children’s picture books are collected from the community. The books are delivered to our collection depot where they are screened for suitability, counted, labelled, sorted, and bagged for distribution to young children (birth-5 years) and their families.

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