Maternal Advocacy and Support (MAS) Project

Greenway Women’s Centre hosts a weekly Maternal Mental Health peer support group, the MAS Project, 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.

Weekly Sessions: Mondays/ Tuesdays, 11.30am-1.30pm.

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 9079 9912

Email: training@greenwaywomenscentre.org

Women’s Empowerment Programme

The Women’s Empowerment Programme at Greenway is a free, women-only project which aims to provide practical and positive work-based opportunities for women on their way to employment or training.

The programme includes:

● Personal Development ● Essential Skills Courses ●

● CV Training ● Interview Techniques ●

● Volunteering Opportunities ●

Weekly Sessions: Mondays/ Tuesdays, 9.30am-11.30am

This Programme is funded through National Lottery Community Fund Awards for All

For more information on the Greenway Women’s Centre Women’s Empowerment Programme please contact Greenway’s Training & Education Officer, Helen Smyth.

Telephone: 028 9079 9912

Email: training@greenwaywomenscentre.org

Greenway Women’s Centre Childcare Services
  • Have you returned to work within the last 12 months following a period of unemployment* or are you currently in training or education and in receipt of Income Support, Universal Credit, Jobseekers Allowance (income based) or ESA?
  • Have you got a child/or children under the age of 4?
  • Are you struggling to find part-time childcare?

Yes?…then we can help!!! If you have returned to work following a period of unemployment* OR are currently in training or education and in receipt of Income Support, Universal Credit, Jobseekers Allowance (income based) or ESA and you have a child/or children under the age of 4 years, Greenway Women’s Group can offer you FREE Childcare Monday to Friday from 9am, for up to 4 hours per day!

(WCCF childcare provision funded by Department for Communities)

*Please Note: This does not apply when returning to work following Maternity Leave.

For more information on WCCF Childcare at Greenway Women’s Centre please contact Greenway’s Co Childcare Managers, Natalie Horrocks or Jodie Wilson .

Telephone: 028 9079 9912

Email: childcare@greenwaywomenscentre.org

Support from Greenway Women’s Centre is available via email and phone, Monday to Friday.

You can contact Greenway staff by email:

Or, alternatively, you can reach us by telephone on 028 9079 9912.

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

Email: manager@greenwaywomenscentre.org

Greenway Women’s Centre Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Policy

At Greenway Women’s Centre we provide a wide range of services for many different groups and so to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and to protect everyone in our community as much as possible we ask everyone attending Greenway to continue to observe the remaining Health & Safety procedures we have in place.

  • Please wear a face covering/mask inside the Greenway building.
  • Please use the hand sanitiser provided at Reception before signing in.
  • Please maintain social distancing throughout the building.
  • Please use the hand sanitiser provided before entering and when leaving each room.
  • Please observe the social distancing markings that are in place in all training rooms.
  • Please remember to sign out when leaving the building and use the hand sanitiser provided.

Please be mindful that there may be service users, staff or volunteers within Greenway Women’s Centre who are particularly vulnerable to infection.

**Please do not attend Greenway if you are self-isolating**

Thank you for your ongoing support.

Greenway Women’s Group

For information on COVID-19 please check the Public Health Authority’s website:

https://www.publichealth.hscni.net

Please keep an eye on our Facebook page for Greenway updates:

www.facebook.com/GreenwayWomensCentre