Further Support for Parents
Warwickshire Family Information Service (FIS)
Warwickshire provide information, advice and one-to-one support for families with children and young people aged 0 to 25 across Warwickshire on issues including:
- family relationships
- parenting support
- special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)
- health and wellbeing
Details can be found here:
- Website: https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/children-families
- Email: email@example.com
- Twitter: @WarksFIS
- Facebook: Warwickshire Family Information Service
Phone: 0800 408 1558 or 01926 742 274
It is highly recommended that you join the mailing list to get the most up to date information from Warwickshire. You can view previous newsletters here:
Free parenting courses can be found here:
Children and Family Centres in Warwickshire:
Warwickshire Family support helpline and face to face consultations
Family support workers are available across Warwickshire to listen, support and offer advice and guidance to families and professionals.
To speak to a family support worker over the telephone, call 01926 412412, Monday to Friday between 9am - 4pm.
If you would like to book a face-to-face consultation with a family support worker at one of the sessions shown below, please telephone the family support line on 01926 412412, Monday to Friday, between 9am-4pm.
Information on Free School Meals
Mental Health and Well Being Support Documents for Parents
Further Information for Support
Victim Support in Warwickshire
Phone 01926 358060
If you’ve been affected by crime, call your local victim care team in Warwickshire. Lines are open 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
Out of hours Support line 08 08 16 89 111
https://www.childcare.co.uk/ - announced as the winner of a DfE competition to find innovative ways to help parents choose the right childcare
http://www.parentpages.co.uk/ - the national directory of services aimed at parents
https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-education - The latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government
https://www.bbc.co.uk/parenting/ - Advice for parents of primary-aged children