Welcome to the
Alberta CAPC CPNP Coalition
Collective Action and Effective Partnerships for Healthy Babies, Children and their Families
CAPC (Community Action Programs for Children) and CPNP (Canada Prenatal Nutrition Programs) deliver services to vulnerable children (0 – 6 years) and their families throughout Alberta. These long standing, well established, community based programs provide necessary supports to reduce unnecessary costs to the healthcare and social service systems. Investing in CAPC CPNP programs is important for the future of Alberta.
32 CAPC and 25 CPNP Programs are united through the Alberta CAPC CPNP Coalition to enhance professional development, networking and resource sharing.
CAPC and CPNP programs promote creation of partnerships within communities and strengthen community capacity to increase support for vulnerable pregnant women, children and families. CAPC CPNP programs are accessible to everyone regardless of status, ethnic origin or religion.
All CAPC and CPNP Projects along with the Alberta Coalition are funded by the
Public Health Agency of Alberta
"The views expressed here don't necessarily represent the views of the Government of Canada".