National Crisis Pregnancy Helpline provides information, support and contact details for callers who are experiencing a pregnancy which is a crisis. IFPA provides sexual and reproductive health, family planning, pregnancy counselling and education services.
Free, confidential information on benefit/tax credit entitlement, child maintenance, contact problems, legal issues, housing options, employment, education, childcare. The helpline is available to any lone parent or organisation that works with lone parents in Scotland. Local projects in Dundee, Glasgow, North Lanarkshire and Maddiston, near Falkirk. Flexible Childcare Services in… Read More
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Life National Helpline offers non-directive counselling and skilled listening around crisis pregnancy, pregnancy loss, abortion issues, and emotional support during pregnancy. Further support can be given in the form of practical assistance, or links to network of supported accommodation for pregnant women and /or mothers of small children. Many of… Read More
Advice line offering free, confidential telephone support and advice. Team of advisers can offer advice and information on rights and entitlements throughout pregnancy, maternity leave and return to work. Can also advise employers about managing pregnant women and new parents. Further support includes training for advisors, community workers, midwives and… Read More
Provides confidential telephone and email advice and online information to help women get maternity care and to help women understand and challenge charges for NHS care. Provide advice to women, their friends and family, midwives, other health professionals, advice workers and community workers. Can assist women from abroad, migrants, refugees,… Read More
Provides confidential emotional support and information for anyone affected by the death of a baby before, during or shortly after birth. Support can be provided by telephone or email. Sands also has a network of local peer support groups across the country run by bereaved parents and an online forum…. Read More
The Lullaby Trust is a registered charity dedicated to protecting babies and their families from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Support bereaved families after the death of a baby, including the Care of the Next Infant scheme for expectant parents following the death of a baby and information for new… Read More