SS John and Monica’s Family Support offer is provided by Father Hudson’s Care. This service supports children and families to overcome adversity and disadvantage they face, particularly where these are affecting a child’s emotional wellbeing, mental health and educational achievement. Our Family Support worker helps children and young people who are experiencing difficulties in school or at home.
• motivates parents to bring about change
• strengthens relationships within families
• promotes children’s wellbeing and resilience.
When children and young people are experiencing problems, these can present themselves through changes in behaviour, low educational attainment, absence or poor self-esteem. Working with the family, school and other agencies, Family Support workers identify the underlying causes and support families to address them.
Through one-to-one and group work, the support offered by our Family Support workers empowers families to effect lasting change. Support work is child-centred and led by the needs of the individual family. It has a lifelong effect by improving attendance, behaviour, self-esteem and confidence, overcoming obstacles to learning, and raising aspirations.
Please contact Mrs Elliott (DSL), Mr Ullah (DDSL), Mrs Nicholls (DDSL), Mrs Riches (DDSL) or Mrs Doyle (DDSL) on 0121 464-5868 if you wish to discuss the Early Help offer and receive family support.
The following offer a range of directories of help and support for parents:
Mental Health and well-Being - https://forwardthinkingbirmingham.nhs.uk/pause/
Online Parenting Skills - https://inourplace.heiapply.com/online-learning/
Domestic Abuse -
Problems with drugs and alcohol
Family Support Documents