Congenital Anomalies Surveillance Yukon (CASY) is a tool to evaluate rates and trends of congenital anomalies as well as risk factors associated with their occurrence and helps with developing programs and services to help lower the rate of Yukon babies born with a congenital anomaly.
Does your child have a birth defect or disability?
The CASY coordinator can offer you information on the birth defect your child was born with and information on raising a child with a birth defect. This can include health services your child could benefit from and potential support networks. The coordinator can also provide you with information that may benefit you during future pregnancies.
Talk to your health care provider about being refered for a public health appointment with the CASY coordinator.
Are you a health care provider looking for more information? Check out our Tools for health care providers page.
Teratogen Information for Health Care Providers
for Health Care Providers
A teratogen is a substance, organism or process that may harm a baby during pregnancy. Teratogens can be diseases, medications, drugs, alcohol or environmental exposures.
Tools for healthcare providers
Are you a health care provider who would like to refer a patient with a birth defect?
National Efforts - The CCASN was established in 2002, under the umbrella of the Canadian Perinatal Surveillance System (CPSS). It is a national framework to support interdisciplinary collaboration and networking, bringing together research, surveillance and clinical and public health practices, with the ultimate goal of enhancing the quality of surveillance data and expanding our understanding of congenital anomalies.
Toll Free (Yukon, Nunavut and NWT); 1-800-661-0408 ext. 8563
Health & Social Services, Government of Yukon
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6
Location: 305 Jarvis Street | Whitehorse | Yukon [map]