Supporting children and young people ) in Liverpool who are looking after a family member who is ill, disabled, has mental health problems, or is misusing drugs or alcohol.
Supporting Young Adult Carers up to age 25, who continue to have a caring responsibility for an Adult.
The service offers support to children with a disability and their families, whether they are diagnosed or going through the process of diagnosis. The support provided will be tailored to each family by a support plan developed in partnership with the family. The service provides short term support to build families resilience and coping strategies.
Child & Family Support Service Dundee works in partnership with children, young people and their families, who experience a range of additional support needs, including disability, providing a holistic range of supports, including Activity Days, to promote wellbeing, safety and inclusion.
This Tier 2 service is a prevention and early intervention service.The focus of the work is to ensure that young people are kept safe by increasing their awareness of harm associated with substance use.
Tier 3 is specialist substance misuse treatment service for young people allowing them to reduce their drug/alcohol use or become drug / alcohol free. The service also works to reduce the harms associated with the use of substances by young people.
It’s a plan you make yourself to feel better and stay well. Barnardo’s run WRAP groups for young people to help them make their own WRAP
Our WRAP groups are open to all children and young people aged 10 to 18 years of age and goes up to 25 years of age for young people with additional needs.
This service offers an volunteer to a young person who has recently been missing from care, offering them an opportunity to discuss the reasons for running awayand any other important matters with an independent person.
Providing free, confidential and impartial advice and support to young people and parents/carers of a child in relation to Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) living within North East Lincolnshire
To provide early special support to families whose children (aged 8-11 years) are, or at risk of, developing anti-social and/or offending behaviour with the aim of reducing identified risk factors and enhancing protective factors.