We're here to do all we can for you and your family whenever you need a bit of support.
Every family faces challenges - and we're here to support you however we can. We want to help make sure you and your family stay healthy and well. Please let any member of our academy staff know if you ever need some advice or support.
Find a local foodbank
You can find your nearest food bank on the Trussell Trust website. They also have a free, confidential helpline for anyone in financial crisis. t: 0808 208 2138 (open Monday to Friday, 9am–5pm).
Find out how to get help from the Cambridge City Foodbank t: 07772 538628 e: email@example.com
Citizens Advice offer lots of support on all kinds of family matters. You can contact their Cambridge centre for benefits, housing, employment, debt and relationships advice. They offer help in making Universal Credit applications and have a special; Universal Credit support helpline t: 01223 618594 (Mon - Fri 8am - 4pm) or e: firstname.lastname@example.org. Citizens Advice can also refer families in need to the Cambridgeshire Local Assistance Scheme for emergency grants.
Cambridge Aid can also offer small grants to local families in crisis.
Relationships and wellbeing
Refuge offer support for women and children experiencing domestic abuse. They have a 24/7 helpline t: 0808 2000 247
Cambridge Women's Aid also provides lots of help and support to women and children affected by domestic abuse. t: 01223 361214 for telephone support. If it is not suitable or safe to call, you can email email@example.com
If you're concerned about your own or a member of your family's mental health and wellbeing, have a look at the Mind website which has advice about how to get help. You can contact their infoline t: 0300 123 3393
Cambridge City Council offer a housing drop-in advice service and helpline t: 01223 457918 (9am to 5.15pm on Monday to Friday)
Shelter also offers free housing advice and an emergency helpline t: 0808 800 4444
If you're in need of low cost furniture, get in touch with Cambridge Re-Use who can support low income families t: 01223 576 535
Family Lives offers a confidential helpline and lots of practical advice on all parenting and family matters t: 0808 800 2222
Pinpoint supports parents of children with additional needs or disabilities. It's run for parents - by parents. Their website has lots of useful local information and advice. t: 01480 877333 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
The NHS Every Mind Matters website has lots of advice for parents and carers about looking after a child or young person's mental health, how to look out for the signs that something's wrong, how to get help if you need it and advice on looking after your own mental health.
We want everyone in our academy community to feel safe, respected and able to talk about any concerns they may have.
Health and wellbeing
Feeling good about yourself can affect the way you think and feel. It can give you the confidence to help you achieve what you want in life.
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