How we help families

We don’t have to be working with your child to offer you support, and we provide a range of group and 1-1 sessions to families. 

We know it can be difficult starting the conversation but we promise to give you the time and space you need. 

We don’t judge and all support is confidential unless you are at risk of harm, in which case we have a legal duty to report it. 

We are not counsellors but we have lots of experience to help you, and if we are not the right service you need we can help you find those that can.

How we help families

Where We Can Help

Finding it difficult 
to get them to school



Struggling with 
their anxiety


Worried about their mental health/ are you struggling to cope

Finding it difficult to get them to school

If we can’t help, we will do our best to find someone who can

We Offer

Family support sessions

Family support

Information on services

on services

Information on training links

Information on 
training links

Free resources


Please complete the contact form or call 01255 504 800 for further information

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All our services are free and as a charity we rely on the generosity of our community to help us continue to provide support for young people and their families.