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Supporting New Mums
Becoming pregnant or being a new Mum is a life changing experience for all women. Pregnancy and motherhood is often imagined to be a time of great joy, happiness and excitement. However, the reality for many Mums can be far from this – with women not only coping with huge physical changes but also changes in their emotions, relationships, sleep, routine and other areas of their lives.
For many women being pregnant or a new Mum can be a difficult, exhausting, frightening and stressful experience. Many women also struggle with loneliness especially those without the support of friends and family.
We offer a range of services across Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and South Lincolnshire to support women aged over 18 which you can view below.
The service is for people aged 18 and above who live in Peterborough and are experiencing low to moderate mental health challenges during the perinatal period – by this we mean during pregnancy and up to two years after birth.
Referrals can be made by any professional supporting pregnant women and new Mums including Health Visitors, GPs or Midwifes.
We also accept self-referrals from new Mums or pregnant women who feel that they would benefit from the service.
For services in Peterborough, please call 0300 303 4363.
Alternatively, you can email us: firstname.lastname@example.org