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Find out what a Maternity Voices Partnership is, and what we’re doing in Gloucestershire.
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Mental Health Sources of Support
Our strategy for 2022-23
Our strategy for 2022-23
February 2022 births
February 2022 births

Social Media

It’s Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week. Please know that you are not alone and there are people and organisations to help you. #MaternalMentalHealthWeek #MaternalMentalHealth #allontheboard ... See MoreSee Less
To close Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, we'd like to share the story of one of our volunteers, what she experienced and what helped her to get better. www.glosmaternityvoices.nhs.uk/an-experience-of-mental-illness/If you are struggling, please do reach out and seek support. You can find out who to contact here - www.glosmaternityvoices.nhs.uk/mental-health-support/ ... See MoreSee Less
Some women who experience mental health problems during and after pregnancy find it difficult to reach out but it's #OkToNotBeOKIf you're struggling, you can be referred to the Perinatal Mental Health Team by a midwife, health visitor, GP, healthcare professional or mental health team.During #MaternalMentalHealthWeek there is a display stand in the Women’s Centre at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital where women who are attending antenatal appointments, the ward or units, can find out more about maternal mental health. Gloucestershire Royal and Cheltenham General Hospitals Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust Gloucestershire Maternity Voices ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Remembering Ruby
The Midwife Team in Gloucester are incredible. A special thank you to Tracy, Lyndsey, Sharron & Nikki who have supported us through our journey with Ruby 💖 #internationaldayofthemidwifeGloucestershire Maternity Voices ... See MoreSee Less
Mental illness in pregnant and postnatal women often goes unrecognised, undiagnosed and untreated, and this can have a devastating impact on the women affected and their families.We're so grateful to Expert by Experience Laura Canty for allowing us to share her experience with post-natal depression following the birth of her son, in the hope that it encourages other women who are struggling to reach out.The message du#maternalmentalhealthweekhWeek is this; you are not alone, you don't have to go through this on your own, there is help out there and there is absolutely no shame in needing it.The more we share this, the more iGloucestershire Maternity VoicesiGloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation TrusttGloucestershire Royal and Cheltenham General Hospitals HospitalsFor more information about the support available in Gloucestershire visit: www.glosmaternityvoices.nhs.uk/information-and-support/www.bewellglos.org.uk/ ... See MoreSee Less
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