Help to make bethel better
Who we are
Bethel Health and Healing Network provides health and wellbeing services to some of Birmingham’s most vulnerable people – supporting them to improve their physical, emotional and spiritual health.
Provides emotional and birth partner support for vulnerable and isolated pregnant women and new mothers across the city.
Bethel Health and Healing Network currently provides two services that help some of the most vulnerable and isolated people living in Birmingham
Ways to support us
Due to an increasing demand for Bethel Doula Service support, we are looking for 15 new energetic and caring volunteers to join our award winning team.
No formal qualifications are required. All that we ask is that you are able to commit a minimum of three hours a week to helping vulnerable and isolated pregnant women in Birmingham and Solihull.
We offer supportive supervision by Senior Doulas, a fantastic support network of other Volunteer Doulas, and a superb programme of training. The position is ideal for any adult female wanting to share her own life skills and experience, to give-back to the local community, or to gain unrivaled knowledge and experience helpful for a range of careers; including midwifery, nursing and care work.
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“I really do thank god I had the Bethel Doula Service helping me. I didn’t have anything, or anyone. I don’t know what I would have done”
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Bethel Health & Healing Network
196-198 Edward Road
0121 661 4276
Bethel Doula Service
196-198 Edward Road
07881 300533 or 0121 306 0111
To make a referral / talk to the Doula Team
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm
Bethel RAPHA Service
652 Alum Rock Road
07825 221150 or 0121 389 0267
To make a referral / talk to the Rapha Team
Monday – Thursday, 9.30am – 3.30pm