Haamla is a unique service that provides essential support for pregnant women, and their families, from minority ethnic communities, including asylum seekers and refugees, throughout their pregnancy and postnatal period.
It aims to improve access within maternity services, empower and inform women of the choices available during their pregnancy and birth, thereby improving their health and wellbeing.
Weekly sessions are held every:
- Wednesday 10.30-12.30pm at The Compton Centre, Harehills Lane, LS9 7BG
- Friday 10.30-11.30am at Hamara Healthy Living Centre, Tempest Road LS11 6RD
- Monthly sessions are held at both St James’s Hospital and Leeds General Infirmary.
Support and info on pregnancy, much as above. Complimentary groups.
For more information, speak to your Midwife or email the Haamla team [email protected]
We’re currently looking for volunteers: contact us for more details