Family Support and Parenting

This site gives support on parenting, professional support for your family, emotional health and wellbeing, housing and financial support, relationships and sexuality, Early Help Family Support, GET SAFE, groups and activities, school holiday activities and food programming, reducing parental conflict, SEND support and guidance, young carers, autism information and advice and family learning

  • Wands Family Hub Farmers Way, Droitwich WR9 9EQ. Tel: 01905 827391 – for advice, guidance and support
  • Wychavon, Early Help Family Support Team contact number: 01905 844229 Team email address:
  • Worcester, Early Help Family Support Team contact number: 01905 843339 Team email address:
  • Early Help Family Support Service: The Early Help Family Support Service is delivered by Worcestershire Children First directly to families permanently living in Worcestershire who have children aged 0-18 years old and need help and support specifically from a Family Support Worker. For more information, please visit: Worcestershire Children First Early Help Family Support Service | Worcestershire County Council:
  • Ready Steady Worcestershire – Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme HAF is a Department for Education (DfE) funded programme aimed at enabling children and young people in receipt of benefits-related free school meals (FSM) to attend school holiday activities and experiences during Easter, summer and Christmas.

Worcestershire Young Carers

Worcestershire Young Carers aim to identify, and support children and young people aged 7 to 24 years who have a caring role within the home and help look after a parent, sibling, or grandparent due to illness, disability, physical or mental health difficulties or substance misuse.

Finance, Housing and Employment

If you are facing challenges around employment and income, please contact the local job centre who can with offer support with jobseekers’ allowance, incapacity benefit, employment and support allowance and income support:


The Starting Well Partnership offer a range of parenting support, information, groups, and courses. For information on the groups available please visit: