Parents Resources in UK

Care For The Family
029 2081 0800
www.careforthefamily.org.uk
An informative website promoting family life and to help those hurting due to family breakdown.

Contact a family
0808 8083555
This service provides parenting support for disabled children.

Families Need Fathers
0300 0300 363
www.fnf.org.uk
A national helpline and web resource offering advice and support on maintaining the relationship with their child and legal issues surrounding the circumstances after a separation or divorce. Helpline is open between 6-10 pm Monday to Friday.

Home Start
0800 068 6368
www.home-start.org.uk
This is a charity that supports struggling parents with young children.

Jewish Women’s Aid
0800 591203
This is a free, national and confidential helpline. It provides refuge and/or support to women and their children, who suffer from domestic violence.

MUMSNET
www.mumsnet.com/talk
Online community of mums.

Parent Plus Helpline
0808 8002222
www.parentlineplus.org.uk
A UK registered charity which offers support to anyone parenting a child. It is available 24/7 with an email support service.

Sandville Self Help Centre
01656 743344
www.sandville.org
Self help centre for 16yrs plus, offers holistic therapies, log cabins for restbite, carers support and drop in centre.

Skylark Family Centre
01686 629114
C.A.M.H.S
Gives a comprehensive range of services available within local communities, towns or cities. It provides help and treatment to children and young people who are experiencing emotional or behavioural difficulties.

Talk to Frank
0800 77 6600
www.talktofrank.com
Information and support for people worried about their own or a friend/family members drug use. Confidential counselling and treatment.

The Compassionate Friends
0845 123 2304
www.tcf.org.uk
Supporting bereaved parents and their families. This a website and a free national UK helpline for information and support.

Young Minds 0-18s
0808 802 5544
www.youngminds.org.uk
Website focusing on young people’s mental health. It offers advice to children, adolescents and parents about mental illness in an easily digestible age, appropriate way.