Information For Parents and Carers
Families will now have to make their own referrals if they require support with food. Click on the link below to access the website needed.
Healthy Start is supporting pregnant mums and families with children under 4 years. Click on the link below to see how.
- Children’s Social Work Service: Daytime contact number: 0113 3760336
- Mindmate SPA: 0300 5550324
- Teen Connect Help line: 0808 8001212 (6pm-2am)/ 07715 661559 (text)
- The Market Place: 0113 2461659
- Childline: 0800 1111 (Freephone)
- Accident and Emergency at Leeds General Infirmary (LGI)
- Police on 999 in an emergency or 101 for non-emergencies
- 112: For all emergency services
- NHS helpline: 111
- National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247 (24 hours a day - freephone)
- Leeds Domestic Violence Service: 0113 2460401 (24 hours a day)
- Samaritans: 116 123 (24 hours a day - freephone)
- Trussell Trust Food Bank: 0113 2772229
- Hamara Food Bank 0113 2773330
- St Vincents Food Bank: 0113 2484126
- Family Action: FamilyLine: 0808 802 6666/ 07537 404282 (text)
- Welfare support: 0113 3760330
- Housing Leeds: 0113 3760410
Or visit the following relevant websites:
Teen Connect: https://www.lslcs.org.uk/services/connect-helpline/teen-connect/
The Market Place: www.themarketplaceleeds.org.uk
Leeds Domestic Violence support: https://ldvs.uk/
Or search the following apps:
We wish you a happy and healthy Christmas.
Beeston, Cottingley and Middleton (BCM) – Cluster Team
Hamara Centre on Tempest Road is offering support during the Christmas period.
- Foodbank - 2 to 3 days provision. Able to access the support weekly if needed
- Employment support - support with job applications and CV's
- Mental Health support -supporting and also signposting to different services
- From the 7th December, they are providing a hot meal for anyone which is in need of one
- On the 23rd and 24th December, they are providing food bags for families to make a Christmas lunch at home - there is no cost involved
National Domestic Abuse Helpline (freephone, 24/7): 0808 2000 247, nationaldahelpine.org.uk
Men’s Advice Line (freephone): 0808 8010 327, mensadviceline.org.uk
Galop (freephone, LGBT+): 0800 999 5428, galop.org.uk/domesticabuse
During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic, if you are experiencing domestic abuse you can visit any Boots store and ask to use their consultancy room, where they can provide you information and support.
Morrisons pharmacies and Superdrug stores have also signed up to offer safe places to support victims of domestic abuse.
This is a link to a leaflet from West Yorkshire Police - advice if you are worried about Domestic Abuse.