Helping Families to Flourish

Family Hubs   

The Family Hubs approach aims to provide help and support for all aspects of your parenting journey.

Family Hubs bring together a range of existing services, so you are able to access the advice and support you need, when you need it. They are for families with babies, children and young people from conception until they reach the age of 19, or up to 25 for young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities.

Family Hubs provide a place for you to access advice on how to take care of your child and ensure they are safe and healthy throughout their childhood and as they grow and develop. They are online and in person.

Your Child's Health, Development & Wellbeing

Advice and support to raise happy and healthy children.

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Home & Family Life

Money, work, childcare, education, housing advice and more.

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Parental Health & Wellbeing

Information, advice and signposting to support you. 

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Parenting Support

Support and advice for your parenting journey.

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Groups & Activities

Activities, events and things to do in Norfolk.

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Find a Family Hub

Information about the Norfolk hubs you can visit.

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Get In Touch

Just One Number and Parentline

Just One Number is our single point of access for Norfolk & Waveney Children & Young People's Health Services. This includes;

  • The Norfolk Healthy Child Programme
  • Norfolk & Waveney Children's Speech and Language Therapy Service.

Families, professionals and young people can get in touch with Just One Number by calling 0300 300 0123.

Your call might be for an appointment change, or you might have a parenting question or a worry about your child’s physical & emotional health, or communication development. Whatever your reason to contact us, our team are here to help you.

Ask For Help

You can contact to ask for extra help and support if you need it. Family hubs are about giving information, advice and guidance to families as soon as there is a worry.

This can be for children and young people up to age of 19, or up to 25 for young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities. They can also help with the worries adults may have, such as finances and mental health, which may impact on the children.

If you have difficulties in your family, or if you are worried about your children, there are people who can support you. If family life feels difficult to cope with, contact family hubs for help and support.

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