Skip to main content

Early Help Teams

Early Help Teams are based within the Family Hubs. They offer family support services and groups for parents and children whose needs cannot be met through universal services.

Couple receiving support

Early Help Family Advice Clinics

What is an Early Help Family Advice Clinic?

Family Advice Clinics are offered by Early Help Family Support Workers who will support you in getting the right support at the right time.

Family Advice Clinics can take place face to face in a Family Hub or via telephone. This service is available Monday to Friday 9.00am-5.00pm (excluding bank holidays).

children at a playgroup

Child development focused groups

The Peep Learning Together Programme is an evidence-based programme which provides information on child development and supports parents with activities and ideas to do at home. Peep supports parents in making a real difference just by talking, playing, singing and sharing books or activities together.

Peep sessions typically include:

  • Welcome and Hello song
  • Peep singing time
  • Talk time – a different topic will be covered each session
  • Activities / Free play
  • Story time
  • Parents song choice
  • Goodbye song

Couple receiving support

Parent support groups

Early Help teams deliver a range of parent support groups:

  • Triple P Tip sheets
  • Triple P Discussion groups
  • Triple P 8 week programme 
  • Sleeptight
  • Young parents Together
  • Freedom Programme

happy family together

Early Help Family Support

What can I get support with?

  • Child/ children development
  • Child/ children’s behaviour
  • Special education needs and disability (SEND)
  • Help with nursery and school places or worried about my child/children education
  • Safer sleeping
  • Home safety
  • Parenting
  • Sleep
  • Parental conflict
  • Parental wellbeing
  • Food bank vouchers, clothes, and fuel vouchers
  • Money worries
  • Mental health
  • Understanding more about healthy relationships/ domestic abuse
  • Support with advising you on other services that could help in your local area or in Nottingham City

Please note other support is available based on individual need and circumstances.

How do I get in contact?

If you need of any help or support identified above, please drop in to one of the Family Hubs listed below;

Bestwood Family Hub (Previously known as Southglade Access Centre)
Southglade Road,

Broxtowe Family Hub (Previously known as Broxtowe Children Centre)
18 Strelley Road,

Hyson Green Family Hub (within Mary Potters Centre- previously known as Hyson Green Children Centre)
Gregory Boulevard,

Meadows Family Hub (Previously known as Meadows Children Centre)
Kirkby Gardens,

Or alternative please contact the Early Help Team on: 0115 876 3343 or email: [email protected].