Being a parent is one of the most responsible and difficult tasks there are. Below are links to other organisations, in and out of Redbridge, aimed to help you as a parent to fulfil this important role.
Please select a topic from the list below:
Redbridge Citizens Advice
Redbridge Central Library
Telephone Advice Line: 0300 330 9063 (Mon - Fri - 9.00 am - 5.00pm)
Redbridge Safer Communities Partnership
The Redbridge Safer Communities Partnership is the multi-agency partnership for all crime, disorder and drug and alcohol misuse issues in Redbridge.
Domestic Abuse can happen across ages, social class, race, gender, sexuality and disability.Women are more likely to be victims of domestic abuse but men can be victims too. Click on the link below for advice and support:
Reach Out is a new domestic abuse service for any adult who is living in fear of abuse, or being abused. The service also provides help and support for any child who may be witnessing domestic abuse at home.
The Project also aims to support abusers who are struggling to control their behaviour as it offers helpline and an online support programme designed to prevent abuse from reoccurring.
- For Victims - Help and support is always available for anyone suffering from #DomesticAbuse during isolation in #Redbridge. Find support at www.redbridge.gov.uk/reachout or call 999 if you are in immediate danger. #ReachOut
- Video content available at - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_npxs9gSbY
- For Perpetrators - Are you struggling to manage your behaviour and hurting a loved one? Learn how you can stop the abuse from happening by contacting #ReachOut or find support in #Redbridge at www.redbridge.gov.uk/reachout
- Video content available at - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm8RVSt_wSI or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aZ-Pzuon10
We also run a HELP programme in school for women who may have experienced or are experiencing domestic abuse. If you need support please come and speak to our Family Support Worker Maj Nazir on 020 8478 5560