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The dietitian works with individuals, groups, and families to support healthy eating for a variety of dietary needs including chronic diseases, heart health, healthy weight, growth and development for children and other dietary requirements.

A variety of services are available through individual appointments and group programs such as workshops for parents of preschoolers and health promotion activities for seniors and newcomers. Service may be offered virtually or over the phone.

Canadian Perinatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) [visit link] https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/health-promotion/childhood-adolescence/programs-initiatives/canada-prenatal-nutrition-program-cpnp.html

To register for Perinatal Nutrition Education Program, please call EarlyON at (416)362-0805

Community nutrition resources:

Community phone line – 211, 311, TeleHealth Ontario –1-866-797-0000

211 – https://211ontario.ca/

Regent Park Community Food Centre – https://www.streetvoices.ca/food/crc-regent-park-community-food-centre


Updated: June 15, 2022


465 Dundas St. E.


Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm


Community Health Secretary

Areas we serve

South of Gerrard, north of King, west of the Don River, east of Sherbourne

Map of Regent Park's catchment area

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