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Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, Cafcass represents children in family court cases, making sure that children's voices are heard. It is independent of the courts, social services, education and health authorities and all similar agencies.
CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) is a helpline and support group for men 15-35 who are at risk of suicide.
The Cancer Care Society provides help to anyone who's life has been affected by cancer throughout the UK.
Website with resources to help families facing difficulties.
Government scheme helping young parents with childcare costs when they are learning
A website providing information to carers and those supporting them.
Website of the homeless charity, Centrepoint
Website of the national organisation that promotes the rights of learning disabled people.
The website of an organisation working with people who have facial disfigurements
Website of the Child Accident Prevention Trust with advice and tips for parents.
Support for families and education for professionals when a baby or child dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is dedicated to eradicating the sexual abuse of children. It gives advice to parents and practitioners on issues such as runaway children.
Website of Coram which provides advice on law and policy affecting children and young people, including school and education issues.
Website giving advice on child maintenance options.
HMRC website outlining all the paying for childcare options available.
Offers information and advice on internet safety for children and young people.
The service provides information and support to children with heart disorders and their families.
Music classes for children and young people
Website which aims to educate and advocate for kids, families, and schools on all media including the internet and gaming.
Communities Empowerment Network provides free advice, support and representation to parents across London