Maternity Resource Centre (Announcement)
Notice of closure # Due to funding cuts, Mamaternity charitable trust funding, and operating hours, will cease this Thursday 30 June 2016.
Mamaternity charitable trust and centres will close permanently on this date.
Mamaternity Palmerston North resource centre operating out of Pirie Street Palmerston North, final day will be this Wednesday 29 June 2016.
Maternity Feilding Resource Centre operating at 111 Derby St, final day open will be Thursday 30 June 2016.
From 1st July 2016, Barnardos bumps to babies, will provide the DHBs funded services across the Manawatu, Tararua and Horowhenua districts.
Barnardos will be open Tuesday and Thursday 9am -1pm at Feilding Health centre in Duke Street Feilding.
Barnardos Palmerston North will be open Monday to Friday full days at their Palmerston North centre.
For comprehensive full details of Barnardos hours of operation and services, you can contact them on their website /0800 number below.
Other centers in Palmerston North are listed below with website links, that will continue to provide services in Palmerston North.
‘He Whàre Aroha’ A new volunteer non funded trust will be opening for the community to use, for advice, support, and friendly cuppa …
Full details to come. . .
At Mamaternity Charitable Trust, we aim to provide quality maternity information and advice to women, and their whanau. Our Palmerston North and Feilding Maternity Resource Centres offer a friendly and welcoming drop in venue or hospitality stop for all things maternity related.
We understand that pregnancy is a special time and we are passionate about supporting you during that time. We are here to help you with a free pregnancy test, finding a midwife, answering any questions about pregnancy, booking into our free antenatal classes, advice on breastfeeding or any other maternity matters.
Our services are unbiased and confidential and we are committed to connecting you with the best possible agencies to ensure your journey through pregnancy and parenting is the best experience it can be for you and your whānau.