- These services are for children and young people up to the age of 25 and their families who may need additional support.
- The aim is for families to get help as early as possible, so things do not get worse - and, with the right help at the right time, things actually improve. It might mean accessing services yourself or professionals working with you and your family.
Support for lots of things, including, parenting, education, employment, anti-social behaviour, healthy living and emotional wellbeing.
The support can be provided at lots of different places and by different people including:
Click on the links below to find services and their details.
Talk to a professional who knows your family already. This could be:
- Someone at school (for example a teacher or a school nurse)
- A health visitor
- A youth worker
- Staff at a children’s centre
- Your GP or other health worker
This person will be able to talk to you about what additional support you may need and help you find the right support as early as possible.
- If you still have questions, you can contact the Children and Families Contact Team by calling 020 7974 3317
- Direct referrals to agencies and services listed above can be made if suitable to the child or young person's needs.
- If you would like to share information with a young person or family, you can signpost them to this webpage or direct them to the Early Help leaflet
- For early help and safeguarding advice, information and support for children and young people who are vulnerable and at risk you can contact the Children & Families Contact Team. The team provides access to the right help at the right time, as well as supporting professionals to work in an integrated way with children, young people and their families.
- Please also refer to Camden’s threshold document for more information via http://www.cscb-new.co.uk/
Phone: 020 7974 3317 (out of hours 020 7974 4444)
- If you believe a child is in immediate danger you should call the police on 999
- If you are worried about a child or young person, please contact the Children & Families Contact Team on 020 7974 3317 or LBCMASHadmin@camden.gov.uk
- If you do not feel comfortable about telling us, or you are not sure if you are right, you can also speak to a teacher, health visitor, doctor or the NSPCC. The most important thing is to tell someone who can help.