About us About Us Each year Perinatal Wellbeing Centre offers support, information and referral to local families experiencing perinatal anxiety and depression. Our services are client-focused, and prioritise working collaboratively with families to help them get the best start in life. We provide: • Support groups with free childcare to validate experiences, provide strategies for moving forward and social connection. • Telephone Support, comprising regular outbound calls to clients to check in, listen, offer coping strategies and make referrals. • Playgroups as a safe place to connect with other mums with similar parenthood experiences, as well as a supportive setting to learn to play and engage with children. • Partners Information Evenings, allowing fathers and partners to learn more about what is going on for their partners, as well as helpful strategies for their parenthood journey. • Outreach to health professionals, Child and Family Centres, early childhood education and care centres and other community organisations and groups. We provide free childcare facilitated by qualified educators leading a team of staff and volunteers during our support groups, allowing parents to fully engage in the program. Perinatal Wellbeing Centre has close relationships with midwives, Maternity and Child Health (MACH) nurses, general practitioners, psychologists/counsellors and community organisations who refer families who need more support, are socially isolated and who may also be struggling with the adjustment to parenting. Clients can self-refer and a diagnosis is not necessary. Read more about our organisation in our collection of Annual Reports, detailing achievements and highlights for each year. Read our current Strategic Plan.