The Coronavirus has change our lives in many ways. If you feel you need support with your mental health (opens keep your head website) or because you have money worries, or difficulties in coping with the changes to your daily routines, please contact your Personal Adviser. We are here to help.  


Cambridgeshire’s Local Offer for Care Leavers

When you make the transition from care to living on your own or with friends, it can feel like a big change. However, just because you are leaving care, or have already left care, we haven’t stopped caring for you. Cambridgeshire County Council is a 'corporate parent' to looked after children and care leavers. That means we have a special responsibility to look after you.

We want to make sure that you feel safe and supported and know where, or who to go to for information, advice and help. 'Pathways4Us' is also a resource to help you find specific discounts, employment opportunities and other local support networks that can help you.

Information and advice on:

What if I don’t have a Personal Adviser?

If you are aged 21-25 and previously had a personal adviser but no longer do here is how you can find out getting back in touch.

Community Champions

Some of the support that will help Cambridgeshire care leavers thrive, comes from the local community. Would you like to be a community champion, or see the offers and initiatives available.
Visit our Cambridgeshire Care leaver Champions page

Charter and pledge - looked after children and care leavers

Cambridgeshire County Council is committed to our Looked After Children’s care, and will always have  high expectations of what they can do and achieve. The Council is committed to supporting Looked After Children to reach their full potential.