Women’s Empowerment: Reflect, Refresh, Restart Project
Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic the Women’s Empowerment Project at Greenway has been working with women to ensure that their mental health and physical needs have been met. As an extension of this we have been awarded funding from the COVID-19 Community Recovery Support Fund via Belfast City Council for a new 8-week women’s project.
Women’s Empowerment: Reflect, Refresh, Restart will begin in April/ May 2021 and aims to support women as they Reflect on the past year and it’s challenges, Refresh their coping strategies and resilience building skills and Restart their lives with confidence.
Mondays, 9.30am-11.30am (Start Date: 26/4/21)
Tuesdays, 9.30am-11.30am (Start Date: 4/5/21)
Wednesdays, 9.30am-11.30am (Start Date: 5/5/21)
If you would like to get involved in the Reflect, Refresh, Restart Project or would like more information please contact Greenway’s Training &Education Officer, Helen Smyth.
Telephone: 028 90799912
Maternal Advocacy and Support (MAS) Project
Greenway Women’s Centre is hosting a Maternal Mental Health peer support group, funded by National Lottery Community Fund in partnership with Women’s Resource and Development Agency.
The MAS Project is designed to promote positive mental health and wellbeing for women who are pregnant or have children aged 0-3 years, by offering them the opportunity to share experiences, engage in activities and express their views.
Sessions: Mondays/ Tuesdays/ Wednesdays, 11.45am-1.15pm.
If you are interested in getting involved with the MAS Project or would like more information please contact Greenway’s Training & Education Officer, Helen Smyth.
Telephone: 028 90799912
Support from Greenway Women’s Centre is available via email and phone, Monday to Friday.
You can contact Greenway staff by email:
- Lindsay Cooper, Centre Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Joanne Leetch, Childcare Manager: email@example.com
- Helen Smyth, Training & Education Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, alternatively, you can reach us by telephone on 028 9079 9912. (Please note that our telephone system has been redirected to facilitate offsite working and this will affect the number of calls we can take at any one time.)
Please keep an eye on our Facebook page for Greenway updates:
For further information on COVID-19 please check the Public Health Authority’s website:
Thank you once again for your ongoing support.
Greenway Family Support Services
Greenway Women’s Centre Family Support Services are available each weekday between 10am and 1.30pm.
For more information please contact Greenway’s Centre Manager, Lindsay Cooper.
Telephone: 028 9079 9912
Greenway Women’s Centre Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Policy
At Greenway Women’s Centre we provide a wide range of services for many different groups so in order to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19 (Coronavirus) as much as possible and to ensure the health and safety of everyone at Greenway we have implemented some extra measures that we ask all service users to follow within the Centre. These are measures most of us will already be familiar with and they are clearly signposted throughout the building. In addition to these measures Greenway Women’s Group also have enhanced cleaning protocols in place, covering all communal areas, classrooms and offices, including hourly disinfecting of all handles, doors, light switches and other frequently touched surfaces.
- Wear a face covering/mask inside the Greenway building
- Wash your hands well and often
- Maintain social distancing
- Please do not come to the Centre if you are unwell or have been told to self-isolate
Please be mindful that there may be service users, staff or volunteers within Greenway Women’s Centre who are particularly vulnerable to infection.
Greenway Women’s Group