Get to know Nottingham's charitable organisations and the amazing work they do to help people in our local community.
An organisation run by women for women. Providing a safe environment in which woman can thrive.
Established in the second wave of feminism, Nottingham Women’s Centre can trace its beginnings to 1971, making it one of the oldest of its kind in the UK. Located on Chaucer Street, Nottingham Women’s Centre offer a variety of services for women in our community. Over the last 49 years the organisation have worked continuously to support women with mental health needs, situations of extreme poverty, escaping abuse and violence, asylum seeking and much more.
Advice and guidance:
Impartial one-to-one sessions to help with:
• Identifying and enrolling in learning & training opportunities.
• Support getting into work/changing your career.
• Arranging volunteer placements.
• Applying for benefits and financial support.
• Learning how to manage your money.
• Dealing with other difficult issues in your life.
Nottingham Women’s Centre is committed to supporting the wellbeing of women across Nottinghamshire, including mental health and wellbeing. Their counselling service offers professional, low-cost one-to-one and group counselling to women over the age of 18.
Courses and activities:
Courses range from basic skills like English and Maths, to personal development courses such as Women and Confidence Building, women-only singing classes and much more. Due to COVID-19, these courses are currently operating online only.
If you would like to find out more about the services available at Nottingham Women's Centre, their website is packed with helpful information. Click here to go there now.
If you would like to support Nottingham Women's Centre you can donate directly on the organisations website. Get started here.
Tel: 07930825030 (10am - 2pm Monday to Friday)
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