Pre and postnatal depression
support services

0121 301 5990

Important Coronavirus Notice

In line with the Government and NHS guidance, we have decided to temporarily close all of our support centres and suspend home visits and all face to face services as of today.

In its place we are going to focus our resources on providing all of our clients with telephone and/or text based support services. Our incredible team of committed staff and volunteers are committed to finding new and resourceful ways of supporting you safely in these challenging times. 

As circumstances continue to develop and change one thing will remain constant: We will continue to keep you at the forefront of our decision making and ensure that your wellbeing and the wellbeing of our families, volunteers and communities remains our highest priority. 

With love and blessings

Team Acacia 

Welcome to Acacia Family Support

Acacia Family Support offers a range of free services including peer support to families across Birmingham experiencing pre and postnatal depression/anxiety . However you are feeling and whatever you are going through, we are here to help.

Acacia is an organisation deriving its inspiration and values from the Christian faith.  Our services are open to everyone, regardless of their backgrounds, faith or beliefs. Most of our staff and volunteers have experienced maternal mental health or other mental health problems.

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Our Services

We provide, free of charge, a variety services which include peer support, individual listening/befriending sessions, CBT based group work, telephone support, practical support in your own home and massage therapy for parents and your baby.

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Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME)

Welcome to Acacia's dedicated section for mums and dads from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.  Here we have tried to pull together some resources to help BAME families and professionals who are looking for help with perinatal mental health problems.  Please click on the buttons below to find BAME specific video's, links, information and free downloadable stuff to help ...

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