CAMP is a team of three midwives providing accessible pregnancy and reproductive care in the community for our priority populations including people who are: newcomers, racialized, experiencing poverty, underhoused, using substances, complex mental health needs, or who face other barriers. People do not need to be registered with a midwifery clinic to access the CAMP team. Clients or community service providers can contact the CAMP team to request a visit.
The CAMP Team was started to meet the reproductive care needs of pregnant and birthing people in our community who experience individual and systemic barriers in accessing our healthcare system. We aim to provide care that meets individuals where they are, supports their autonomy and dignity, and provides culturally appropriate care. We aim to apply the principles of trauma informed care, harm reduction and anti-oppression in all aspects of our care.