Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
Children and family hubs remain open.
Check with your local centre before you plan a visit. As sessions, events and classes are not currently running.
We are planning to run some virtual sessions soon. Once we finalise dates we'll the share the timetables here.
About our hubs
Children and Family Hubs and wellbeing centres offer families with children places to meet new people. This ensures that all children get the best start in life and parents get the support and advice they need.
At our children and family hubs we offer:
- drop-in sessions for parents and children with activities including baby groups with self-weigh and stay and play sessions
- antenatal classes and baby clinics
- links with local schools and voluntary agencies
- information and advice about breastfeeding, speech and language, parenting, health issues and all difficult experiences that families with babies and young children often face
Our hubs are supported by 9 Children and Family Wellbeing Centres which are based in primary schools. There is also work being done in the community and in people’s own homes.
The centres will help us to meet our duties to reduce inequality by helping the most vulnerable children and families.
Children and Family Hubs in Medway
You can talk to a member of our team to see what support is available for your family. We can support you with parenting, getting a health visitor or midwife, child development and play. We can also help you find help from other services in the area.