For women on probation who attend the Changes programme
The Centre remains closed but we are currently offering a service as close to normal as possible, with sessions delivered over the phone. Where it is appropriate the content we deliver will be what we would normally deliver to groups of women, but will be on a 1-2-1 basis over the phone. Other than this we are offering practical support in terms of accessing foodbanks etc. and emotional support for women who are struggling with isolation. As far as we can we are responding to individual needs on a case by case basis.
If you need support or advice around benefits or access to a food parcel or are facing some other financial crisis, please call us on this temporary number 07930 825030, between 10am -2pm Monday to Friday. Your call will be taken by our Senior Administrator and passed on to the most relevant caseworker. We aim to respond within 24 hours.
Please note we are closed on Friday 8th May as it is a Bank Holiday.
Nottingham Women’s Centre counselling service is working hard to make sure we continue to support our existing clients at this difficult time. Counsellors who are able to are working from home and counselling via video and telephone. Although we cannot currently take on new clients for counselling, please do call the centre if you need support and we will do our best to help, or signpost you toward someone who can.
Our mental health peer support group invites you to join them on Wednesdays 1:00 – 2:30 via Zoom. To join this group please email [email protected] or call 07930825030 10am – 2pm Monday to Friday.
Some online resources to help you during this difficult time:
Wellness in Mind
The Tomorrow Project
Safe Space Counselling
Nottingham Counselling Service
Trent PTS counselling
Kooth – online counselling for young people