There are a number of Early Help Hubs across Norfolk which aim to support families at an early stage, and could possibly help you if you are worried about your child or family.
If you are concerned about your child or family and think you might need some extra help, which you are unable to get via your health visitor, local Children’s Centre, your child’s preschool or school, you can talk to the Early Help Team based in your local area.
You are able to self-refer to Early Help by calling the helpline in your area on the following numbers:
Breckland – 01362 654515
East – 01493 448188
Broadland – 01603 430120
North – 01263 739004
Norwich – 01603 224101
South – 01508 533933
West Norfolk and King’s Lynn – 01553 669276
If you aren’t sure which area you should contact, you can use the central telephone number – 01603 223161
There is lots more information about Early Help on the Local Offer - www.norfolk.gov.uk/children-and-families/early-help
How do you value our newsletter?
We will be publishing a short online survey in our next newsletter looking for feedback to help us improve how we deliver information and enable us to reach more families effectively.