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Big Red Bus ClubCemetery Lane EntranceCharlton ParkLondonSE7 8UB
Our free Baby Blues Choir meets every Friday morning during term time 10am-12pm which supports positive mental health through song and friendship. Just roll up for a unique blend of catchy songs, relaxed choir teaching and under five stay and play, which all adds up to support mums that feel a little isolated. We are a group of mums, just waiting to welcome other mums. So come along and spend time with your children, make new friends and get access to support and information on other services to help improve family wellbeing.
Maternity Action works to end inequality and promote the health and well-being of all pregnant women, their partners and children from before conception through to the child's early years. We offer online information sheets that cover a range of topics including rights at work, benefits, maternity discrimination, breastfeeding and entitlements for women with different immigration statuses (including refugees, asylum seekers, refused asylum seekers, EU nationals, indefinite leave to remain, undocumented women, trafficked women, and women with 'no recourse to…
Suite 2.1 , Chandelier Building8 Scrubs LaneLondonNW10 6RB
FORWARD UK (Foundation For Women's Health Research and Development) is committed to gender equality and safeguarding the health and rights of African Women. It is a leading African diaspora women’s campaign and support organisation. It works through partnerships in the UK, Europe and Africa to transform lives, tackling discriminatory practices that affect the dignity and wellbeing of girls and women. It's main focus is on female genital mutilation (FGM), child marriage and obstetric fistula.
Midwives in the Maternity Service at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Trust make routine inquiries regarding domestic violence (DV) when women access the service. This enables identification of where DV is occuring and an appropriate response or referral-on. It is a particularly important service given women's increased risk of DV during pregnancy.
Dear Albert is a social enterprise which specialises in peer mentoring and making recovery more visible by bringing together existing resources. We have strong links with peer support fellowships such as Smart Recovery, NA, AA and work closely with statutory funded drug and alcohol agencies, private rehabs, local authorities and substance misuse charities.