Supporting Families


About Adolescent Parent Interagency Network

The Adolescent Parent Interagency Network (APIN) is a group of agencies, professionals and peers in Manitoba who collaborate with the goal of ensuring high-quality service to young people who are pregnant or parenting, whether or not they are primary caregivers. Members of APIN have linked together because of their shared commitment to the challenges and opportunities facing these youth. APIN activities and events are coordinated by a volunteer steering committee of 10 to 16 members from diverse professional settings.


APIN holds many annual events for adolescents/young parents and service providers throughout the year.


Important Information for adolescents/young parents and service providers related to existing services and resources.

MyBaby – a new parenting resource

Visit – If we get it right in the early years by setting a solid foundation, lifelong improvements will follow. MyBaby is a free, online resource with videos that demonstrate

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Is it a cold, the flu or COVID-19?

Blog provided by Population and Public Health Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, creator of the Healthy Parenting Winnipeg Website which provides evidence-based information for expectant and new parents. What is a

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About Mental Health & Addictions, Shared Health

Blog provided by Addictions Foundation of Manitoba. Call or text the Manitoba Addictions Helpline: 1-855-662-6605 Or the 24-Hour Problem Gambling Helpline Toll-Free: 1-800-463-1554 Visit: Addictions Foundation Manitoba ( When someone

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Adolescent Parent Day 2022

APIN is happy to have once again hosted its annual Adolescent Parent Day. The event was held on October 27, 2022 at the Norwood Hotel and 63 people attended.  The

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APIN acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 1 Territory, original lands of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Dene and Metis people. We respect the Treaties that were made on these territories and dedicate ourselves to move forward with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration to make Manitoba an inclusive and accessible place for everyone who lives here.