The Families' Health and Wellbeing Service (0-19) is an integrated service that brings together health visiting and school nursing for the county of Staffordshire. Information for families living in Stoke-on-Trent.

The Families' Health and Wellbeing Service (0-19) is provided in the county of Staffordshire only.

This service seeks to improve the health and wellbeing of children, young people and families and improve school readiness. It offers a balance of self-support, support from professionals and from the wider community. This includes using digital technology to meet the individual needs of busy modern families.

All Staffordshire children, young people and families will be offered universal reviews and checks by the programme.

Breastfeeding advice and support, maternal mental health support and nutritional advice is also available.

Additional professional support will be provided to families, where required.

Sexual health information, emotional health and wellbeing advice and support is available via the hubs, Chat Health and drop-ins.


The Hub

The hub is a central point of contact for the programme accessible via telephone. It provides advice, guidance and signposting to families, young people and professionals.

HUB contact numbers

West Hub (Staffordshire Moorlands, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stafford and Seisdon)

Tel: 0300 303 3923

East Hub (East Staffordshire, Tamworth, Lichfield and Cannock)

Tel: 0300 303 3924

Before my baby is born

Whatever you want to know about being pregnant

Baby Buddy App available for iPhone and Android (please note: the Trust is not responsible for how the data is used if the app is downloaded)

Stopping smoking

Building a happy baby

Caring for your baby at night – A guide for parents

Reducing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome

Feeding my baby

There is a lot of information about feeding your baby on our Infant Feeding Support pages.

After my baby is born

A guide to immunisations

Tummy time and keeping toddlers active

Local children’s centres

The Department of Education have launched a new campaign ‘Hungry Little Minds’, click on the link for ideas of simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five years. Hungry Little Minds

My baby at 3-4 months

The Milestone Tracker app is recommended by Physiotherapists.

Getting your child ready for school

Contact Details

West Hub

for Staffordshire Moorlands, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stafford and Seisdon

tel: 0300 303 3923

Families Health and Wellbeing Service
West Hub
Kidsgrove Health Centre
Mount Road
Kidsgrove ST7 4AY

East Hub

for East Staffordshire, Tamworth, Lichfield and Cannock

tel: 0300 303 3924

Families Health and Wellbeing Service
East Hub
Barton Health Centre
Short Lane
Barton under Needwood DE13 8LT

Get in Contact

Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Trust Headquarters, St. George's Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3SR


Switchboard number

0300 790 7000
(staffed 24 hours a day, every day)

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