Children and Young People

Support for families at risk of social exclusion, helps families overcome difficulties that may lead to a child being taken into care.

Provides support for families living in Essex with children aged between 0-25 years with any special need or disability. No formal diagnosis or professional referral is necessary to access SNAP services.

SAFE is a support group for individuals and families affected by Asperger Syndrome (AS) and High Functioning Autism (HFA) in Essex, including the unitaries of Southend and Thurrock.

Childline is a counselling service for children and young people up to their 19th birthday in the United Kingdom provided by the NSPCC.    

XL-Mentoring is a partnership between the Megacentre Rayleigh and Christ Church Rayleigh providing 1-2-1 mentoring for young people aged 10-18 to help them realise their potential.

The Citizens Advice Bureau has produced a free guide about the help that is available to working parents with school costs, meals, uniforms, transport and much more.

Supporting people an their unpaid carers who need help with their mental health and wellbeing. Offering Therapeutic gardening, recovery classes, employment training and social activities.

Bar’N’Bus Charity working with children and young people.

Provides services to women and children who have been experiencing domestic abuse.

Young People under 17 years of age who have been forced to leave home

Packed with Smiles provides children with new uniform parcels and other school essentials, to ensure that they can fully participate in school.

Children’s Sports Activity and Friendship Group .

Activity Centre, with the aim to provide young people with outdoor experiences.

Charity providing family support across Essex to build the confidence and skills of parents/carers to achieve healthy and positive outcomes for children under 11.

Community support charity who provide school Uniform to families In need.

Cubs and Scout Groups, contact: Cheryl Gibson

Scout Group, contact: Bill Neobard.

Scout Group, contact: Tracey Knight.

People Promoting good health and mental health wellbeing for people living with lower limb difference, contact: Klaire Harvey.

Supporting disadvantaged families across the Rochford District.

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