Early Help Support Team
In Warrington, we know that children, young people and their families have different types of needs and sometimes they may require extra support. One way this extra support can be provided is through an Early Help Assessment.
An Early Help Assessment can be completed by any professional, from any service, who is working with a child, young person or family.
The Early Help Support Team's role is to provide information, guidance and support to professionals who are working children, young people and their families.
An Early Help Assessment benefits a child, young person or family because it:
- helps to identify needs at an early stage;
- is strengths- and evidence-based;
- is personalised and;
- is multi-agency in its approach.
An Early Help Review/Closure Plan complements the assessment by ensuring the correct level of support is provided for an individual/family at the right time. This allows for service provision to be regularly reviewed to ensure it continues to meet need and prevents needs escalating.
Who to contact
Where to go
2nd Floor, New Town House
- WA1 2NH
Time / date details
- When is it on
- Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
- Referral details
To make a referral for services, please complete the online Multi-Agency Request for Services (MARS) form. Guidance Notes, which can be downloaded, are available to help you to complete this form.
- Other notes
The Early Help Support Team is a non-frontline service and does not directly work with children, young people and their families. The service exists to support professionals from any agency working with children, young people and their families.
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