Support for Families
Please find below useful resources and links to provide support for families. If you ever are unsure of where to go for support, please arrange a meeting with a member of staff and they would be very happy to help you.
Mental Health and Emotional Support
If you need some advice about where to turn, please find below a reminder from the Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership:
We’re still here to support young people and families. Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership is reminding families not to struggle alone. Contact the Just One Norfolk support and advice line on 0300 300 0123 or log on to www.justonenorfolk.nhs.uk for a range of support including emotional wellbeing, practical and mental health support and more.
We offer a safe place for you to talk, anytime you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you.
At Leeway, we provide a range of services to help anyone affected by domestic abuse.
Providing wide-ranging support for children and young people, from mental health services, help to bridge the gap between home and school, to support for imprisonment and much more.
The National Association for Children of Alcoholics
Providing information, advice and support for everyone affected by a parent’s drinking.
Providing support for children and young people dealing with a variety of issues ranging from, but not limited to; kinship care arrangements, domestic abuse, estrangement, physical and mental ill health, and substance abuse.
We believe that happy children learn best but understand that sometimes children needed a little more support in order to talk about their worries. The below websites have some great ideas to promote positive wellbeing and also offer additional support from professionals where it is needed. Please do contact us for support or if you think a referral is needed.
Citizens Advice Bureau
An online resource to help parents/carers better understand anxiety in children and young people, explore coping strategies, and enable children to become strengthened by their previous childhood experiences.
Norfolk Young Carers
The below organisations can support with linking you with activities and families who understand your situation. They can also support with financial difficulties and signposts for support.