Our resources below will help you understand more about how we've supported parents who are experiencing mental health problems during and after pregnancy and what services you can refer them to for help.
Providing perinatal education during COVID
We published two episodes on how the NSPCC and its delivery partners have helped parents throughout pregnancy during the pandemic and the research we've uncovered about our perinatal education service.
Delivering our mental health service for parents
We conducted an evaluation to see how our virtual preventative mental health programme, Pregnancy in Mind, supported parents during COVID-19 and how effective it is when compared to the face-to-face programme.
Services for parents and families
Browse our range of services that support parents and families in caring for their children, includes help with perinatal mental health, coping with the pressures of a new baby and improving relationships with children.
We provide information on what your organisation can do to protect children from harm and resources to keep the children and families you work or volunteer with safe.
Supporting children and families at risk
Work with children and families? Our information looks at risk and vulnerability factors that help identify whether children or families require extra support to help keep children safe.
Mandatory training and requirements
It's essential that anyone who works or volunteers with children has the knowledge and skills to keep children safe. Find out more about training requirements and specific guidance for people working in different sectors.
Safeguarding guidance for schools and colleges
Explore our range of training, lesson plans, guidance and resources for schools and colleges to help protect and keep the pupils you work with safe.