Making families stronger
As a result of the Coronavirus, Kingston WelCare's Parents Place Building is closed as of Monday the 23rd of March 2020. We will be offering remote support in groups or for individuals as required.
The WelCare team are aware that our mission of supporting Kingston Parents will be needed more than ever over the stressful time ahead, and we will do all we can to ensure our parents have continual access to family friendly information and useful resources. We believe parents are one of the best sources of support for each other and to facilitate this we will be setting up closed' WhatsApp' groups so we can continue to work with you over the months ahead.
Our presence in Kingston has been and remains a vital building block that has helped many parents develop lifelong supportive friendships. WelCare’s services empower parents. So at this time of national crisis we are asking all our parents to stay in touch through the Kingston WelCare parent community where you can receive the help you require to hold your family together.
Our support will remain parent led, and ‘Peer Support’ fundamental to maintaining our good mental health as we move into period this
of social isolation. Please contact our workers if you would like to join one of their online groups
If you are a local parent new to Kingston WelCare please email Marjie at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Place Services ~ Not@WelCare #ParentSupport #NowOnline
REMEMBER NOW IS THE TIME TO TALK!!
Funded by lottery Community Fund
Casework support for parents with mental health issues & Crafty Mondays a peer Support group.
Sue will be keeping in touch by phone and email with all mums registered for Families Connect support.
Families Connect will have a 'WhatsApp' group for peer support. Email:email@example.com
PlayPlus- funded by Children in Need
Supporting babies and children in families, affected by Post Natal Depression.
Ingrid will be keeping in touch by Phone and email with all mums registered for PlayPlus support.
PlayPlus will have a 'WhatsApp' group for peer support. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Support for English as a second language, mums to be.
Email: Mums2B@welcarekingston.org.uk to join our online community
1to1 or group me-time support avaliable by request.
to book a mentoring time out session email Sue:
Breast Feeding Support- Are you needing some help, for online support please usethe link below:
If you need any help, advice or information please just ask your worker or parent support group.
Do also keep an eye on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/welcarekingston.org for useful links and other sources of information.
If you are not a WelCare parent, but would like to join in our activities email:email@example.com
More About Kingston WelCare
30 Years at WelCare House
The Parents Place
WelCare House is a place for local families to meet, connect and support each other. We care about parents and parenting and WelCare House has a long history of being a friendly and open place where parents and children can build confidence,
support each other and get advice. We understand the challenges of parenting andwelcome families from all backgrounds to WelCare.
Parents value our friendly personal approach. We have a longstanding presence in the local community that enables us to provide long-term support for families. Click HERE if YOU are interested in knowing what we can do for you and your family.
What We Offer
We have a drop-in service for parents who need advice and support or just a place to go to connect with others.
We organise play for families, including during the holidays. We offer support to parents experiencing mental health issues and have a weekly peer support group. We organise workshops and well-being session to help parents manage
the stress of daily life.
New Volunteering Opportunities.
Kingston WelCare is your local charity supporting Parents and their children to have fun together and make friends in their community.
We have opportunities for local residents/parents to support our activities,develop new skills and make new friends.
Volunteering is also a great way for empty nesters and stay at home parents to use their life experience to support others in their local community.
Kingston WelCare will ask all potential volunteers to comply with routine, but robust application checks.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Support Our Work
Our ethos is to create a better local community for all by supporting parents and families. We are a small independent organisation with strong roots in the local community and we are dependent on local recognition and support to maintain our services. WelCare relies on the generosity of people like you to help us to continue the vital work we do. We have opportunities for you to volunteer,to raise money through sponsorship or by regular giving or to support us if you are a business. Your support really makes a difference to the community. Click to see how YOU can make a difference.