Postnatal Mental Health and Wellbeing

Family Nurse Partnership

Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is a home visiting programme for first-time young mums and families. It will help you to:

  • Have a healthy pregnancy
  • Improve your child's health and development
  • Plan your own futures & achieve your aspirations

For more information visit:

fnp.nhs.uk

www.swift.nhs.uk

vimeo.com

Information for Dads

Feeling unwell yourself and/or supporting a partner who is unwell can be really challenging. Becoming a parent is a time of huge adjustment and can be very stressful for all concerned.

For more information visit:

www.bluebellcare.org

PDF icon Dad's Counselling.pdf

Mothers for Mothers Support Group

Mothers for Mothers is a registered charity who offer support to mothers and families affected by perinatal mental illness (PMI) across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.

During the Covid-19 outbreak Mothers for Mothers remains open to take new client referrals. The helpline remains open 10am to 9 pm Monday to Friday on 0117 935 9366.

Support calls are available Monday to Thursday. Calls are also available with a member of the Peer Support team  / Home Visiting team.

We have a zoom peer support group on Tuesdays at 11am. Details can be found in the client closed Facebook group. We are posting daily in that group and have ideas for activities, crafts, self care and a bedtime story every evening at approximately 6.30 pm.

They offer support to women during pregnancy and until their youngest child attends school. Their services are delivered by women with lived experience of PNI. Their helpline 0117 9359366 offers phone, text and online support seven days a week, including weekly support calls at a pre-arranged time. They offer Home Visits for women who are too unwell to access services and activities outside of their home. Their Counselling Service offers mothers and fathers a safe place to talk about their feelings with a non-judgemental and empathic listener and find ways to cope with difficulties. They also run four weekly Support Groups in Staple Hill, Barton Hill, Hartcliffe and Bedminster.

For more information visit: 

www.mothersformothers.co.uk

PDF icon Support Group Detail's.pdf

 

PDF icon Home Visiting Service.pdf

Mothers Counselling.pdf

PDF icon Dad's Counselling.pdf

PDF icon Rockabye.pdf