Staffordshire County Council alongside Stoke on Trent City Council and our partners in the CCGs have elected to extend the Carers Hub contract for 12 months, meaning the service will run until September 2019.
Children, Young People & Families
For a limited period Support Staffordshire are able to offer a FREE DBS service for eligible member organisations.
This offer is for small organisations with an annual turnover of up to £100k.
Organisations will qualify for up to 2, completely free of charge, volunteer DBS checks. We will also waive the admin fee for one paid member of staff (please note the DBS fee will still apply for paid staff)
You can access this service at our offices in Lichfield, Burton and Leek. To make an appointment please contact your local office or call 0300 7771207.
The new Early Help model that supports children and families with a range of need rolled out in Cannock, Lichfield, Stafford and South Staffordshire on Monday 2nd July 2018.
Over the past few months, work has been gaining momentum around the Staffordshire County Council’s Children’s System Transformation. The transformation aims to change the way children and families in Staffordshire are supported, to help families manage the problems they may face, to keep children safe and to reduce the numbers of children in care.
We need your help.
Sarac is a local charity that supports victims and survivors of sexual abuse and rape. All donations from the pop-up shop will go to the charity.
Why a Pop-Up shop?
Communities worry about the loss of shops in our towns. It is easier and cheaper to shop online for what we want but then we miss out on what we need.
10 – 11.30 am Saturday 30th June 2018
St John’s Parish Room (Rolleston Road)
£3.00 (includes the refreshments and entry to draw for small gift) proceeds go towards Red Lion House Charity development funds
Red Lion House will be a COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR HORNINGLOW with lots of exciting possibilities. This is an opportunity to find out more – bring friends ...
Please come and support this community project!
Let the Red Lion roar!
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the 5.5 million people living in Britain’s former mining communities. Many of these communities still require support due to the huge impact the closure of the mines had upon them.
Domestic abuse is so broad ranging that recognising the signs can be challenging. However, if you do feel that someone may be a victim of abuse, asking the question and opening a can of worms that you feel unsure about dealing with can also be very difficult.
This session will hopefully answer the question of why people find it so difficult to seek help, and to leave a relationship that is so damaging. It will also help to consider what signs you may spot when visiting someone and how you might sensitively raise the question of whether they need help.
Living With Sight Loss – Free Course
This is an informal and friendly two day course run by RNIB and supported by other local organisations and specialists in the field of sight loss.
Dates: Thursday 19th and 26th July
Times: 10.30am – 3.30pm
Venue: Mercia Fire Station, 81 Lichfield Street, Tamworth, B79 7QL
This event will bring together representatives from the local voluntary and community sector and public sector to share knowledge and promote the earliest help work that happens within the Tamworth Community.
"Earliest help is working with children, young people and families to offer the right support at an early stage before a small needs becomes a bigger one."
It will update on earliest help so far, share the 4 priorities, explore how to address the priorities and network and build relationships.