How Are You, Dad?

New fathers also need support to maintain their mental wellbeing

For many parents the birth of a baby is a happy time, but for some, it can be difficult.

Evidence shows more than 1 in 8  mothers may experience mental wellbeing issues in the period of time around childbirth.

Less well known, is that up to 1 in 10 fathers may also also experience issues with their mental wellbeing when their partner is pregnant or, after the birth of their child.

 

What We Want To Do

Push for early identification
Raise awareness
Encourage early treatment
Signpost support
- to help new fathers

Please contact us if you know of support groups in your area able to support new parents maintain their mental wellbeing

 

How Are We Going To Do This?

 

Produce a list of resources for new parents

Working in collaboration with parents who have lived experience, NGO's & health professionals, we would like to co-ordinate a list of easily accessible resources available to men and their partners - to help support them during parenthood.

Contact  us to learn more about this cause and let us know about a resource in your area.

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Father and Son

"Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves"

Henry David Thoreau

 
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Our Story

Working together with activists such as Mark Williams and Dr Andy May, our team at the Foundation for Mother & Child Health (FMCH-UK) realised to help support mothers improve their mental wellbeing, their partners also need support.

We want to inspire and support the community and have a desire for actions to speak louder than words.

Contact us to learn more and get involved.

 

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Get in touch with 'How Are You, Dad?' to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

 

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The Foundation for Mother & Child Health (FMCH-UK)