There are many local and national services that can offer advice and support to parents. If you would like help finding the right service or organisation to help you and your family please contact FISH:
Tel: (01482) 396469
Alternatively, you can browse the FISH directory to search for childcare, support and services.
Effective support for Children, Young People and Families - Safeguarding and Early Help
From 1 September our Early Help Service - Tel: (01482) 391700 and Safeguarding and Partnership Hub (SaPH) - Tel: (01482) 395500 will each offer you the opportunity to talk to a practitioner about your concerns and discuss the most appropriate way forward.
Further details of how to access this new offer can be found in the Safeguarding Partnership August newsletter – Partnership Matters: http://www.erscb.org.uk/news-coronavirus/newsletter/.
The conversations in these consultations will be underpinned by the Effective Support Guidance http://www.erscb.org.uk/. This guidance sets out the criteria for accessing services, from universal services, through additional support, targeted support and specialist services. A programme of virtual training events has started to support the introduction of this guidance, details of which can be found in the August edition of the ERSCP newsletter – Partnership Matters: http://www.erscb.org.uk/news-coronavirus/newsletter/.
Making a referral
If, in line with the Effective Support Guidance, it is appropriate to refer a child/family for Early Help Services or for a social work assessment then a revised Request for Service Form will need to be completed http://www.erscb.org.uk/.
However, where there is a concern of significant harm that may need an urgent response then you will find, after ringing the Safeguarding and Partnership Hub number (01482) 395500 an option to be put straight through to a social worker to discuss this concern. This option will provide a way to prioritise those concerns which need urgent attention. We will need your help in ensuring that this option is reserved for such circumstances.
Please find copies of supporting documents below
ERSCP Effective Support Guidance
ERYC Request for Service Form
Youth and family support
The youth and family support service is available to help young people aged 9 -19, or up to 25 years if you have learning difficulties or a disability.
You can contact the youth and family support service by:
Tel: (01482) 392824
Aged 14 or over?
Take a look at the Log On Move On website which has training and learning opportunities across Hull and East Riding:
Log On | Move On (external website)