Just Ask

The Ottawa Collaborative for Parenting Support (OCPS) wants you to feel supported in being the best parent you can be! 

The OCPS is part of the Ottawa Child and Youth Initiative. We are community of partners working together to build resilient families that can support their children's healthy development, feel empowered, and are able to cope with the ups and downs of everyday living.

We recognize that all parents have questions about different areas of parenting, and we want to encourage parents to Just Ask!

Please contact one of the following agencies for all your parenting questions. 

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Parenting isn't always easy. Talk to someone who understands. As a family resource centre, we can help you find support in Ottawa and answer your parenting and child development questions. Access the Go Family! Interactive services map on our website.

The Parent Support phone line is available Monday-Friday from 9 am to 4 pm.

Tel: 613-565-2467 ext. 222 | Web: www.parentresource.ca

Email: information@parentresource.ca

Social Media: Facebook.com/parentresourcecentre

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Parenting in Ottawa is where parents go to get in the know!  

Speak with a public health nurse online, over the phone, or in-person.  Ottawa Public Health, and its community partners, offer these free services to make it easier for children to grow up healthy.


Phone: 613-PARENTS or 613-727-3687 | TTY: 613-580-9656

Web: www.parentinginottawa.ca

Email: parentinginottawa@ottawa.ca

Social Media: Facebook.com/ParentinginOttawa

Image result for 211 A free, confidential, and multilingual Information and Referral service connecting callers to the full range of non-emergency community, social, government, and health services.  Staffed by certified Information Referral Specialists and is available 7 days a week.

Phone: 2-1-1 or 613-761-9076 | TTY: 1-888-340-1001

Web: www.211ontario.ca | Email: info@cominfo-ottawa.org

If you are a professional looking for resources related to the Just Ask campaign, please visit the Ottawa Child & Youth initiative website.


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