Where can you find information you can trust?

Our Family Support Workers recognise the importance of trustworthy sources of information to help you make the right decision at the right time to get support for you and your family. Here are some sites and resources that we recommend.

Emotional Wellbeing

Information for young people and parents about your own wellbeing is particularly important right now.


Kooth is an online counselling service providing free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.

Young Minds

Young Minds have provided this helpful guide for looking after yourself and supporting your child.


The NHS campaign for improving mental health has tips including dealing with stress, anxiety, low mood and lack of sleep.

The Lily Jo Project

The Lily Jo Project is an online mental health resource and has support on a wide range of issues.

OK Rehab

OK Rehab specializes in local drug and alcohol rehab and addiction treatment with the aim to help individuals to find a treatment that’s ideally suited to their needs.

Financial Concerns

Support is available to help you with finances generally or specifically related to the challenges caused by the current COVID 19 Pandemic.

Government Advice

Government advice on how to cope with financial worries.


Step Change is a charity that helps you deal with your debts and get the support you need.

Money Advice Service

The Money Advice Service provides free and impartial advice for you.

Online Safety

Most of us are using our Phones, laptops and tablets more and more including our children so it’s important to know how to keep your children and young people safe online.


There is plenty of information on Parentzone about keeping your children and young people safe online.

Be Internet Legends

Be Internet Legends has a range of fun games for children to help them to learn about e-safety in a relevant way.


The NSPCC provide resources to help you talk to your child about online safety.


ThinkUKnow for Parents is a fantastic source of online videos and advice for parents.

Coronavirus Support

The Covid-19 Crisis has created a family situation like no other and we all need support to make it through.

Care for the Family

Care for the Family provide resources for talking to your child about Covid-19.

Care for the Family

Care for the Family helps you focus on the importance of good routines while at home.

Emergency Support

Help for when you feel like you need it most.


Childline is a free, private and confidential service where under-19’s can talk about anything.


Samaritans has a 24 hr 365 day a year helpline – Call for free on 116 123 or visit the website.

Women’s Aid

Women’s Aid provide Information and support concerning domestic abuse and has a Live Chat feature.

Healthy Relationships

We can all learn strategies that help us build healthier relationships that last and know how to spot the warning signs when things are not going well.

Disrespect Nobody

The Disrespect Nobody website helps you recognise the signs of unhealthy relationships.

Fight The New Drug

Information about the effects of pornography and the impact on relationships.

Love Languages

Discover the secret that has helped (literally) millions of people strengthen and improve their relationships – one language at a time.