What does it do?
Most prevention and early help services that are available for all babies, children, young people and families are now delivered or co-ordinated by our four new Family Hubs.
Family Hubs can help you with:
Supporting your child get ready for school
Activities for children under five and their families and for older children and young people
Parenting support from birth to 19 or up to 25 with a disability
Health advice for young people and families such as maternal health and mental health
Getting early education and free childcare
Supporting children and young people attend school
Family Hubs also include the support provided through the 0-19 Public Health children's services team. This includes health visitors and school nurses:
to support parents on their parenting journey, from getting ready to be parents and giving birth, to child’s toddler years and starting school
help parents with issues like baby’s sleeping pattern, teething and toilet training
help parents to look after themselves
work within schools, other education providers and the local community to support children and young people of school age, and those who care for them
work together with people to offer support and advice about healthy living
We also provide family key worker services for individual children, young people and families. Some people may also know this as 'Families First'.
We work closely with local schools and voluntary and community groups to support families and to help improve the lives of everyone in their area.
We work alongside other council services such as the SEND Inclusive Education Service, other education services, as well as with the police, health services and youth teams.
Who is it for?
For all babies, children, young people and families families. 0-19 (Up to 25yrs SEND)
How do I access it?
There are four Family Hubs in the Bradford district. Please use the link below to find your nearest Family Hub.
How can I find out more?
01274 437503 - Polish/Slovak/Czech Helpline : 01274 434905
Find out about a range of family support in your area such as parenting groups as well as local activities and short breaks for disabled children and young people.
Start by visiting our Families Information Service pages or visit our Local Offer website or see the other pages listed in the related pages menu.
If you can’t find the information you need here, use our Family Hub postcode checker to find support in your area, or call the Early Help Gateway on 01274 432121 during office hours.
The Early Help Gateway will provide confidential advice and guidance and, if needed, will link you through to groups and services near your family.
If you have information to share with us through a secure email then email: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not have a secure email, please call 01274 432121 for different ways to share information securely.
There are four Family Hubs in the Bradford district. Find out what Family Hubs are and what they offer.
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