This is where you can get further support in your area:
A brand new activity session just for Dads, male carers and their children!
A session where you can meet other Dads and enjoy exciting activities with your children! It may be music, singing or it could be drawing, colouring, sticking or sports.
Whatever it is, you and your little one will enjoy playing together with other children and Dads.
This is a drop session, no need to book just come along. Visit the website for more information.
MhIST provides services like counselling, mindfulness meditation, dramatherapy, craft and social group which enable people to cope with anxiety and emotional distress.
Helping people to put strategies and plans in place so that they are able to deal with problems more effectively in future perhaps by learning relaxation or by having a practiced way of dealing with upset.
Bolton NHS FT offer a wide range of support services including a Parenting Support Programme which can be accessed through your locals children’s centre. See your local children’s centre for more details.
A free community-based service which aims to support family’s with children from 0-25 years through education, health and social care services.
In 1981 a small group of parents, who were experiencing problems with their crying and sleepless babies, set up a support group. They discovered how important support is and how reassuring it can be to talk to someone. Today that support group has become Cry-sis, the only UK charity offering help and support to parents with babies who cry excessively or have sleeping problems. From modest beginnings, Cry-sis has become a well-respected national charity which:
The Dadsnet Local Community Group
Dadsnet is for dads to be able to gain support from each other within a private setting but in the Local Community Groups you can speak with people nearby; we’ve discussed local schools, we’ve had meetups – with and without the kids, and just generally look after one another on here.
There are a number of issues that often get overlooked when it comes to mens’ relationship breakdowns and subsequent single-parenting including domestic abuse, access, financial agreements, bullying, anxiety, depression, and loneliness – advice, services and support are tailored towards your situation and your needs.