Healthy People promotes healthy lifestyles, injury prevention, chronic disease surveillance and prevention throughout our lifespan; including pregnancy, early childhood, children, teens and adults. Healthy lifestyle choices improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and our communities.
Healthy Pregnancy and Early Childhood
- Information on Infant Feeding 0 to 6 months
- Information on Infant Feeding 6 to 12 months
- Infant Feeding Guidelines: Key Messages for Health Professionals
- Feeding Your Toddler 1 to 3 Years
- Working Together Makes Breastfeeding Better!
- A New Life online prenatal education modules
- A New Life prenatal manual
- Breastfeeding and Baby-friendly Initiative (BFI)
- Information on Infant Feeding
- Automatic Powdered Infant Formula Preparation Machines - Be aware!
- Loving Care (Series of book)
- Safe Sleep
- Bisphenol A (BPA) and Infants (Factsheet)
- Car Seat and Booster Seat Chart (Factsheet)
- Healthy Families, Healthy Babies program
- Prenatal Benefit Program
- Postnatal Benefit Program
- Postnatal Benefit Program – First Nation Communities
- Healthy Toddler Assessment
- Your Child’s Teeth
- Pregnancy, Infant Feeding and Covid-19
- COVID-19 Vaccine Information Sheet Information for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women
Healthy Teens and Adults
Healthy at Any Age
The Community Food Acton Grant program can provide grants of up to $5,000 to support community-led solutions and programs that use healthy food as a tool to build healthy and connected communities. Typical actions that are funded through this program include community gardens, community kitchens, bulk buying clubs, food related education programs
To be considered for funding your initiative must contribute to the three goals of the Community Food Action Program:
- Increase access to healthy food
- Increase food literacy
- Fosters community connectedness
Grant applications are accepted throughout the year if funds are still available
Important to note: Proposed projects and initiatives must be able to follow public health requirements during COVID-19. For the most up to date information on COVID-19, visit www.gnb.ca/coronavirus.