ECHF is a leading voice in driving the health inequality agenda in Edinburgh.

We provide leaders of local community health organisations with the opportunity to connect, learn together and to share best practice and resources. We fundamentally believe that we are stronger together.

what our members are up to today

'The 25 Percent' exhibition is taking place @customlaneleith till 24th of Nov. Amara Eno worked with parents and children to create new work reflecting lives of single parent families. We hope to see you there!

Did you know that about 15-20% of women develop postnatal depression and anxiety? Scottish midwives are asking for extra training on Perinatal Mental Health (PMH) to better assess and treat women experiencing this mental health condition. Get the full story here 👇

If you're looking for advice and information about caring for and/or supporting an older, ill or disabled loved one, take a look at the @YooTooApp Online Community - packed full of advice, information and guidance to support you and your family:

Coming up: a drop-in session about human rights at @NorthEdinArts, 10.30am - 1pm on Tuesday 26 November. Find out more about your rights & share your own experiences. More info here:

Our 'Free Stuff' event is next Saturday 23rd, 10-12pm, at Dr Bell's Family Centre 🔔

Entry is £2 which includes a tea or coffee. No need to bring anything- just turn up!
#leith #leithfreestuff

It’s our final group of P7s @hermitageparkps turn for cooking. They enjoyed making these mini quiche pizzas! “Mmm, they smell lovely!”. “I wasn’t sure what they would turn out like but they look so good!”. @LeithChooses

We have a new November Newsletter available for families to take home to see our recent updates. 📰

Come into Dr Bell's to pick one up!🥰

Meet of our fundraising heroes 🎈 🎉

Jacqui, who is supported by Carr Gomm herself, raised an amazing £2,000 for Carr Gomm helping us to support even more people across Scotland. Read her story here 👇

#FundraisingFriday #FundraisingHero

Nice to meet you...Jacqui Gunn

Lets meet Jacqui...a lady who has jumped over leaps and bounds to get to where she is today. Not only this but she has been a great supporter of Carr ...

Rahila, our Support and Development Worker for Equal Access, met with #Edinburgh's Women Interfaith Group (EWIG) earlier this week to celebrate Scottish #InterFaithWeek 2019. It was great to share news and hear more about services available across Edinburgh. #MentalHealth

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