We aim to provide as much help and support as possible. There are many services and agencies in East Sussex which can support and help you and we have provided links to those below. Remember you can contact us by telephone or email if you need a guiding hand.
If you are worried about a child or teenager that may be at risk of harm or in danger: In an emergency call 999. Otherwise contact the Single Point of Advice Team or call 0132 464222
Support for young carers provides advise and support for a young person between 5 and 17 years of age, who looks after someone who can’t look after themselves. This may be due to a disability, mental or physical health condition, or drug or alcohol issues.
East Sussex County Council provides information for children and families across East Sussex including support for families with young children and childcare, Safeguarding, SEN and more information on the Local Offer
ECIS is the community information website for East Sussex, Brighton and Hove. You can find family information on events, as well as disability, SEN and sports.
Sussex Prisoners’ Families supports families affected by imprisonment in the courts, prisons and communities. They provide information on telling the children, prison visiting etc.
Benefits and Housing
It’s important to make sure that you get all the help that you’re entitled to. Housing and finance issues will always arise and therefore you need to know your rights and responsibilities.
Bereavement usually means losing someone we love through death and also follows on from change and loss. It is a devastating event, turning our world upside down and changing our lives forever.
This has been a very helpful course-thank you. After a year of post-natal depression, I now feel a lot more confident and happier as a parent. This course is beneficial in numerous ways.
- Emma, Mum
Following on from the strategy you have given me my daughter's behaviour is so much better and tantrums easier to manage. I'm over the moon with your service and just thought I would let you know.
- Tom, Single dad
I thought I had been implementing strategies but I realised I wasn’t doing them effectively or consistently and triple p has highlighted that to me- now I always go over to my child, get down on her level and speak rather than calling or shouting.
- Fay, Carer
Was really great. So much more to it then I realised, I really thought it was going to be stuff I already knew but it was way more than that.
- Julie, Grandma