Advice and Support
There are times when parents require support in caring for or understanding their child. There are many options open to parents in Salford. Find out more about parenting courses.
Children's centres can offer an enormous amount of support and services to parents. Find out about children's centres.
Support around bereavement
Cruse Bereavement Care is committed to ensuring that everyone, no matter how old or young, can access the highest quality support following a bereavement. Find out more about Cruse Bereavement Care on their website or call 0161 236 8103 (Monday to Friday 10.00am to 1.00pm).
Safe in Salford offers a range of domestic abuse support in Salford. There are five elements to the partnership:
If you are a victim of domestic abuse or know somebody who is, you can find more information and support services on our domestic abuse pages.
Drugs and alcohol
If you have a drug and / or alcohol problem or know somebody who does, find out what support is available in Salford.
Home or out alone
NSPCC Learning has made available a guide for professionals to help parents and carers decide whether their child is ready to either stay at home or go out alone. The guide covers some of the risks parents should consider before making a decision, such as how their child feels about the idea and who they should contact in an emergency. There is also a checklist for parents and children to work through together to help them prepare for different types of scenarios.
Download the guide: Home or out alone
Details of all the latest news from the Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership.