STREETLY & ALDRIDGE CHILD CONTACT CENTRE

Our Streetly & Aldridge Child Contact Centre has been providing enhanced family contact services since 2006 for children, young people and families

Our Streetly & Aldridge child contact centre offers social work led family contact services. Our Streetly & Aldridge family contact centre ensures a safe and supportive environment, where children are able to build and maintain positive and meaningful relationships with their non-resident family members and other people of significance. Our Streetly & Aldridge child contact team accept referrals from local authorities, the courts, CAFCASS, legal services and private individuals under both private and public law arrangements.

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SERVICES AVAILABLE AT OUR STREETLY & ALDRIDGE CHILD CONTACT CENTRE

STREETLY & ALDRIDGE SUPERVISED CONTACT SERVICES

Our Streetly & Aldridge child contact teams are experienced in the safe undertaking of supervised contact sessions for children. Led by our social work team, we deliver safe contact experiences for children in Streetly & Aldridge; suited to the wishes of young people, court directions and the requirements of referrers. Quality assured Contact Session Reports (CSR’s) are made available following each session

STREETLY & ALDRIDGE SUPPORTED CONTACT

Our supported Streetly & Aldridge family contact services seek to provide families with an appropriate level of support and guidance, based on their individual needs. This service is primarily used as a step-down from supervised contact observations, where there are no significant risks to the child. Our social work led teams remain available to the family throughout the session

STREETLY & ALDRIDGE CHILD CONTACT ASSESSMENTS

Since 2001, we have provided contact assessments in Streetly & Aldridge, offering an independent evaluation of contact between children and their relatives

STREETLY & ALDRIDGE CHILD INDIRECT CONTACT

Our Streetly & Aldridge contact team can offer indirect contact services including national letterbox contact services, supervised voice and video calls and more

STREETLY & ALDRIDGE CHILD CONTACT HANDOVERS

Our team facilitate positive and smooth contact handovers for children from one parent to another – avoiding disputes and ensuring a positive experience

STREETLY & ALDRIDGE HIGH RISK CHILD CONTACT

Our Streetly & Aldridge family contact team have extensive experience in facilitating and managing high risk contact observations between children and their relatives

STREETLY & ALDRIDGE CHILD CONTACT CENTRE INFORMATION

Our Streetly & Aldridge family contact team place the child at the centre of our service. Together, we provide safe, neutral and supportive family contact services for children and families throughout Streetly, Aldridge and the surrounding areas

At our Streetly & Aldridge children’s contact centre, we have been providing child contact services since 2009 and service wide since 2001 – working with over four hundred families each month. At the centre of our Streetly & Aldridge family contact service is the children we work with. We place the child at the centre; ensuring their needs, wishes and feelings are listened to and acted upon. To find out more about our Streetly & Aldridge children’s contact services, please call 0121 352 1844 or make a referral to our service online.

Our Address:

Streetly Sports and Community Association, Foley Road East, Birmingham, B74 3HR
(Please Note: Visiting is Strictly by Appointment Only)

Contact Details:

Please call 0121 352 1844 or complete our online referral form

Services Available:

✓ Supervised Contact
✓ Supported Contact
✓ High Risk Contact Observations
✓ Indirect Contact Services
✓ Child Contact Handovers
✓ Child Contact Assessments

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ADAM'S STORY

Every year our child contact service works with thousands of children just like Adam* across central England and beyond. We pride ourselves on our family contact teams ability to work and support families in building positive and beneficial relationships. Like Adam, children can often become confused and anxious about seeing their non-resident family members; however with our reassurance, guidance and support, we successfully engage many children in the service, ensuring the best opportunity to develop and maintain positive relationships with their non-resident relatives within a safe and supported environment. Learn more about Adam’s story.

Note: Names have been changed to protect the identity of the child and their family. Stock image

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