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MENSELF + (Men Encouraging and Nurturing Self Efficacy to Live life Fully) offers a range of innovative and relevant educational support services with a view to improving the health and well-being of men in Scotland. We facilitate access to existing H
A Men’s Shed is a larger version of the typical man’s shed in the garden – a place where he feels at home and pursues practical interests with a high degree of autonomy.
A quality support service to families with very young children in Midlothian.
Supporting emotional, social and spiritual well-being in children through songs and singing.
The National Parent Forum Scotland represents Parent Councils across Scotland. The aim of NPFS is to 'represent parents in pursuit of maximising every pupil's potential'.
Speaking up for Naval Service families
OPFS provides single parent tailored information, advice, family support, training programmes & flexible childcare. Free helpline: 0808 801 0323
Leading UK charity in supporting families suffering from perinatal mental illnesses.
Parent Action for Safe Play aims to improve the quality of life in Coatbridge by delivering an integrated, inclusive and accessible range of play, sports, leisure, and community based services.
Mellow Parenting is a charity which researches, develops and implements evidence-based parenting programmes around the world.
Parent Network Scotland can support you to develop your own ability to bring up confident, happy and co-operative children.
Valuing and extending families’ and practitioners’ understanding about how babies and children learn, and sharing ideas for playing and learning together
Penumbra is one of Scotland’s largest mental health charities. We support around 1600 adults and young people every week and employ 400 staff across Scotland.
Supporting involved fatherhood, positive parenting, shared parenting and father inclusive policies in the EU!
Play Midlothian works to improve and increase children’s opportunity to play in Midlothian.
Play Scotland works to promote the importance of play for all children and young people, and campaigns to create increased play opportunities in the community.
Having a baby is a major event and many mothers end up feeling overwhelmed by the responsibility. If you are feeling low, coming along to the Postnatal Depression Service for the first time is a big step towards getting the support you need.
Providing practical care and support for children, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances.
It’s OK to not be OK all the time. If you’re struggling with school for any reason, find out about advice and support here and listen to other young people who know how you’re feeling.
Relationships Scotland is the largest provider of family and relationship support in the country: Counselling, mediation, child contact centres.
Improving outcomes for children by inspiring Dads and families. School work, workshops, young dads and playgroups. #dadsrock