March, Chatteris and Whittlesey District Early Help Team
- Provided by:
- Cambridgeshire County Council
Supporting families across Cambridgeshire, district teams are made up of staff from a range of disciplines. Each team work together to support families to reach agreed outcomes and to meet the identified needs of a child or young person.
- Child and Family Centres – offer groups, events, activities, courses and support for families with children aged 0-19 across the county. Child and Family Centre staff offer a wide range of services and support for families from pregnancy to the teenage years..
- Family Work - working with families through one to one interventions, parenting programmes and group work activities to build confidence and develop strategies to effect change in children’s lives.
- Young People’s Service – will provide a mixture of individual and group interventions with young people to improve outcomes, reduce risk of being 'not in education, employment or training' (NEET) and build resilience.
- Senior Transition Advisors / Transition Advisors - provide targeted information, advice, guidance and support to vulnerable young people at risk of becoming NEET.
In addition teams have access to the following roles:
- Youth Offending Service prevention officers
- Youth Offending Service Transition Advisors
New referrals should go through the Early Help Hub. (See contact details)
The manager of March, Chatteris and Whittlesey District Team is: Rebecca Gray T. 01945 482909
The Early Help Team email is - Districtearlyhelpteam.email@example.com
Parents and families
Child and Family Centres are available for parents and families with children aged 0-25.
Sometimes children, young people, adults and families need additional or more targeted support. We use the Early Help Assessment to assess the needs of your family and make sure you get the help you need as quickly as possible. The process is voluntary, you can choose whether to be involved and you can withdraw from the process at any time.
To find out more about the Early Help Assessment you can speak to the person who suggested it, another professional who knows you and your family, or contact the Early Help Hub: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01480 376 666 (office hours).
The Integrated Front Door is the term used to cover the services that work across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to manage the referrals received in respect of children and young people. It includes the MASH, the Emergency Duty Teams (Adults and Children) and the Missing Exploited and Trafficked Hub and the Early Help Hub.
The Early Help Hub is where access to targeted early help services in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is coordinated. This could lead to support from the District Early Help Teams.
- Cost: free
- Type: Local Authority Service
Last updated on: 17/12/2020
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