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Early Help Hub (Southampton City Council)

Call 999 if it is an emergency and the child is in immediate danger

You might feel that a child is not at risk of harm at the moment but their family needs more support to fully meet the child’s needs and prevent any issues from increasing. Our Early Help Hub can help with this.
What is early help?

Sometimes families benefit from having a professional network of support around them to help with things like their family’s health, getting into work and improving school attendance. The support we offer through our Early Help Hub is based on what each family needs and it’s totally voluntary so it only takes place if the family agree to it.

The team work with the whole family, helping to identify the areas of support needed and pulling a plan together. The team contains multi-agency, skilled workers from many different services and backgrounds including:
•Social Workers
•Health Visitors
•School Nurses
•Education Welfare Officers

The support offered by our Early Help Hub includes the successful Families Matter programme, which is Southampton’s response to the Government’s Troubled Families agenda. Find out about the Families Matter programme.

If you are a school with access to Anycomms contact then please get in touch via ANYCOMMS; Early Help – Families Matter.


Who to contact

023 8083 3311
Early Help Hub

Time / Date Details

Session Information
Monday to Friday 09.00am to 5.00pm

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