Saskatoon Sanctum's angel's cradle idea put on hold (Dr. Geoffrey Cundiff)
The organizers of a proposed Saskatoon program which would allow mothers to remain anonymous when turning over their newborns for care have pressed pause on their plans.
Sanctum — which runs a 10-unit supportive housing program that provides prenatal care, opioid substitution therapy and parenting classes in Saskatoon — hoped to bring an “angel's cradle” program to Saskatoon.
Dr. Geoffrey Cundiff, who helped bring an angel's cradle to Vancouver, said it's important to have governments on board with the program.
Bryan Eneas reports.
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