Fighting for childhood in England How we're standing up for children
We stand up for children in England by finding the best ways to prevent abuse and neglect and influencing the Westminster government to take action.
We're committed to finding out what’s working and – more importantly – what isn’t, and what we can do about it. We do this by evaluating the services we provide for children and families and conducting research.
Our findings show that the range of support available to children in England who have been affected by abuse or neglect needs to be improved and we’ll be working with the government and partner agencies to achieve this.
England consultation responses
Our policy team in England respond to government consultations and write briefings to influence the development of policies and laws that affect children and young people. Below are the most recent government consultations we've responded to.
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Services for children and families in England
We have service centres across the United Kingdom which offer a combination of services to children, families and professionals. We support parents and families in caring for their children and provide therapeutic assistance to help children move on from abuse.
Find out what services are available for children and families in England - and how to get in touch.
- Assessing the Risk, Protecting the Child
- Baby Steps
- Caring Dads: Safer Children
- DART - Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together
- Evidence Based Decisions
- Face to Face
- Family Group Conferencing
- Family SMILES
- FEDUP - Family Environment: Drug Using Parents
- Graded Care Profile
- Improving parenting, improving practice
- Letting the Future In
- Minding the Baby
- Parents Under Pressure™
- Protect and Respect
- Safeguarding Through Advocacy
- Taking Care
- Turn the Page
What you can do in England
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