Find useful information and contact details for relevant organisations and authorities
Welcome to our useful information page for service users, parents and carers. We are currently developing a standalone information site for our service users, their parents and carers. Whilst this is being developed, we hope you will find useful information from one of our many partner agencies. For your convenience, we have listed them below. Just click a link to go straight to their website.
If you are a service user, your key worker, social worker, supervising social worker or other professional will be able to help you. You can also contact our team on 0121 352 1844 for further guidance and support.
The Fostering Network is the UKâ€™s leading fostering charity and we are members. They aim to bring everyone together who is involved in the lives of fostered children; to make foster care the very best it can be. Visit their website by clicking the logo.
Click the logo above to go straight to the Governments GOV.UK website. You will find up to date useful information surrounding a range of topics including; information on benefits, housing and local services and childcare and parenting.
CAFCASS represents children in family court cases. They make sure that childrenâ€™s voices are heard. The CAFCASS website has lots of useful information for young people, parents and carers. Just click the logo to go there.
Are you facing separation? With the â€˜Next Stepsâ€™ tool from the Help and Support For Separated Families organisation, you can find out who can help, and where you can go to get it.
Find an inspection report, a handbook or frameworks from Ofsted here. If you need to talk to Oftsed, they can be contacted directly through their own website. Just click the button below to be redirected.
Online, on the phone, anytime â€“ thatâ€™s childline. If you have a problem, or want to talk to someone about your feelings, you can talk to a childrenâ€™s counsellor on the telephone, or online anytime. Thereâ€™s also lots of information on relationships, bullying and much more. Click the Childline logo above.
Young Minds is the UKâ€™s leading charity committed to improving the wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. If you are a child or a young person, and are interested in learning more about mental health, visit the website by clicking the Young Minds logo above.
Citizens Advice are able to provide lots of help, advice and guidance on a range of issues. Thereâ€™s useful information on a range of topics including; benefits, housing, family, law and courts and much more. Just click the logo above to go straight to their website.