Early Help is a process that practitioners (school teachers, school nurses, youth workers, etc) use to get to know you and your family and decide how best they can help you and your family to reach your full potential.
The Early Help process is consent based, which means that the practitioners will need your permission to start the process. If you require support then please complete the form below, for assistance please ring one of our Early Help Workers on 01572 758 383, who will be happy to assist you in completing this form.
If you require more information about how Early Help services could help you and your family, feel free to approach any practitioner that you feel comfortable talking to, it can be your child’s school teacher, a youth worker, staff at your Children's Centre, staff in the Army Welfare office or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We provide families, communities and local organisations with the help they need to support all children and young people to do well and to stay safe. We want children and young people to be able to access local services easily, at the right time and in the right place, to avoid problems becoming more serious.