Children & Family Wellbeing Service

The Children and Family Wellbeing Service provide free early help services to a child, young person or family, where they are experiencing difficulties that cannot be supported by universal services, such as schools or GPs alone.

They provide a range of support for parents, carers and families with children aged 0-5, all of which can be found here, including:

  • Parent and volunteer-led stay and play sessions - anyone can attend these sessions and they help parents, carers and children to meet together and play in a safe environment *these groups are open access but require parents to book.
  • 0-2 pathway - weekly groups for parents and their children, starting at the antenatal stage through to approximately 2 years.
  • Young parent groups - weekly support groups for young parents and their babies.
  • And much more...

To access these services, parents/carers/families can make a self-referral using the online service request form here.

The Children and Families Wellbeing Service also manage the Children and Family Wellbeing Centres across the county. Visit their page to see more.

And provide more Early Help services, including standard family support 0-19, enhanced family support 0-19 and more. This information can be seen here.

To find out more information on the support they provide, and make an enquiry, self-referral or professional referral visit the main website.