We are currently busy developing the following services. Enquries will be able to be made through the website. Should you like more information at this stage please email or alternatively sign up to our mailing list at the bottom of the page to be updated when the services can be accessed.

Hub service

One of our priorities is to provide you with a compassionate and non-judgemental community hub service. Our hubs will:

  • Be led by a trained and compassionate leader
  • Give you a safe place to discuss your health and well-being needs
  • Allow you the opportunity to co-produce the resources that will help improve your health condition and well-being needs
  • Be a place where you can foster friendships with people similar to you.
  • Be a place where you will become more educated about your health conditions and supported to meet your own goals.

This will help you arrive at your own solutions or next steps to your circumstances. What you share will be treated as confidential, however if someone is at risk or in danger we cannot promise confidentiality. Further information on confidentiality will be explained to you prior your session.

Our hubs are coming soon. For more details get in touch.



Specialist Lactation Support and subsidy

In most cases you can benefit from peer support from one of the breastfeeding charities. You can find a list of them here. However, in some cases you may require more support and we recognise that some people may not be able to afford the support in a timely manner. Therefore we hope to subsidise the fees of an IBCLC. Places are limited so please ensure you’ve sought help on the National Breastfeeding helpline or local services. You can also ask your local hospital to see their Infant feeding specialist. 


Helpsheet Development

Is there a helpsheet you need? An important part of our mission is to develop culturally appropriate help sheets. We welcome your willingness to design and develop Helpsheets. An example of this might be questions to ask at specific appointments. Or it might be providing lesser known information about the way in which certain conditions present in Black or Brown people.