The following is a list of resources you may find useful if you are planning on having a baby in the Kingston and South Eastern Ontario region.

Pregnancy Care

Kingston General Hospital
Labour & Delivery: 613-548-2315

Obstetricians and Gynecologists:

Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Queen’s University

Family Doctors doing deliveries:

Queen’s Family Medicine: 613-533-9303 ext. 0

Kingston Midwives

Prenatal tours of Labour & Delivery at KGH

Kingston General Hospital

To book a tour please call; 613-549-6666, ext. 7676.

Prenatal classes, Breastfeeding classes or Labour classes

Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Health Unit

Child and Baby Talk Phone Line: 1-800-267-7875 ext. 1555

Call the Child and Baby Talk Phone Line to talk to a public health nurse. They can connect you to community resources and answer prenatal, breastfeeding, parenting, infant and child health questions.

Prenatal Classes - KFL&A Public Health Unit

Class Information 613-549-1232, ext. 1567

These classes help families have a healthy pregnancy, a healthy birth experience, and a healthy baby. Classes are offered throughout the KFL&A area, during the evening and on weekends. Online courses are also available. Participants should start classes before the 20th week of pregnancy. For more information and to register for Prenatal Classes, call or visit website.

Prenatal Classes - Childbirth Kingston

Childbirth Kingston Class Information

Childbirth Kingston is an independent organization promoting and supporting informed decision making through prepared childbirth classes, a childbirth educator training program and a Doula registry. They offer comprehensive childbirth classes in a variety of formats.

Prenatal Breastfeeding Classes - KFL&A Public Health Unit

Program Information 613-549-1232 ext 1567

In-person 2.5 hour evening class is taught by a lactation consultant and offers information about: the benefits of breastfeeding, latching and positioning, infant feeding cues, how to know baby is feeding well, common challenges, and community supports. Partners and support people are encouraged to attend as they will learn many ways to provide support to the breastfeeding mom and baby. For more information or to register for a breastfeeding class, call or visit website.

Baby Talk Support Group - KFL&A Public Health Unit

Baby Talk Group 613-549-1154 or 1-800-267-7875, ext. 1555

A phone line and Facebook page where you can receive trusted parenting information about nutrition, breastfeeding, early child development, pregnancy, and more from a registered nurse. You can learn from other parents’ experiences and share your thoughts. Call or visit link for more information.

Healthy Babies, Healthy Children - KFL&A Public Health Unit

1-800-267-7875 ext. 1555

This program is for pregnant women and families with children from birth to age 6, providing them with information and support to help give children the best start in life. For more information call the Child and Baby Talk Phone Line.

Food for You, Food for Two - KFL&A Public Health Unit

Food for You, Food for Two is a free prenatal education and nutrition program for pregnant women, teens, and their support persons. Each week participants will meet new people, prepare food, and eat together. Groceries and child care are provided each week. Prenatal vitamins are also available to those in need. Transportation may be available. Sessions are held each week in Napanee and Amherstview and are led by a Registered Nurse, a Registered Dietician, and a Family Resource Worker. For more information or to register, please contact the KFL&A Public Health Napanee office at 613-354-3357, ext. 1416.

Kingston Community Health Centres
263 Weller Avenue
Kingston, Ontario K7K 2V4

Better Beginnings for Kingston Children - 613-542-2835 (no cost)

  • Baby’s Coming Prenatal Education classes
  • Infant group – every Tuesday 12:30-2:30 – drop-in
  • Teens Loving Children – Mondays 3-5pm and Thursdays 2-4pm – age 24 and under, pregnant or parenting
  • Breastfeeding Education – with Community Health Nurses - 1:1 and in group
  • Breastfeeding Support – with Community Health Nurses – in-home support and at the health centre.
  • Breastfeeding Peer Support Program – women who have breastfed are matched with pregnant/breastfeeding women.
  • Home Visiting Program – families are matched with a home visitor who provides support and resources about parenting.
  • Dietician appointments.
  • Support with transportation to and from groups. Healthy meals provided at groups.
  • Prenatal nutrition program – milk coupons, prenatal vitamin coupons and Good Food Box.

Thrive Program: 613-542-7643

  • Program providing support services to women who are pregnant and parenting and have experienced problems with opioid use and other substances
  • Goal focused counseling
  • In home and in hospital visits
  • Accompaniment for appointments
  • Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome education and rooming in support in hospital
  • Parenting support and education
  • Breastfeeding education and support
  • Prenatal nutrition program , milk coupons, prenatal vitamins, Good Food Box
  • Dietician support
  • Food , transportation and childcare support
  • Roots and Wings trauma based parenting program
  • Access to all of BBKC programs
  • serves women in the Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington area

Additional Resources

EarlyON Child and Family Centres

Search for a Centre Near You

EarlyON Centres are a place for children up to the age of six and their parents and caregivers to take part in programs and activities together. They bring together in one location information about children's services and programs in the community. If you have questions about your child's development, or want to know how to get information or services for your child aged 0-6 in your area contact your local centre.

Mother Circle

Group Information

This Facebook group provides support for mothers ask to questions or solicit advice about motherhood and pregnancy. The purpose of this group is to be a safe community for moms while offering advice and resources to help you on the journey of motherhood. Members meet weekly (drop-in). All moms are welcome; the group meetings are more designed for moms with babies under a year, but as long as you are able to participate and are benefiting from the group, all moms with children of all ages are welcome to come. For more information visit link.

Smoking Cessation During Pregnancy - KFL&A Public Health Unit

1-800-267-7875 ext. 1555

Support to quit smoking and stay smoke-free during pregnancy is available through self-help resources and brief counselling sessions through the Healthy Babies, Healthy Children program.

Tobacco Information Line - KFL&A Public Health Unit

1-800-267-7875, ext. 1333

Whether you’re trying to quit, trying to support someone who is quitting, or just looking for support in the community, the Tobacco Information line can help.

Seats for Kids

SEATS for Kids offers many inspection clinics throughout the year in Ottawa, Kingston, and other eastern Ontario communities. These clinics will show you how to successfully install your child's seat, and ensure they are properly restrained. Our clinics are not designed to "do it for you" but rather will try to ensure you have the skills and confidence to install and use your seat properly. All of our technicians are fully qualified Child Passenger Safety Technicians with certification through the Child Passenger Safety Association of Canada (