Children and families services & information
Our children’s services were rated ‘good’ by Ofsted at their most recent inspection in February 2020. Read more here
Advocacy is about supporting children and young people to make sure that their rights are respected and their views and wishes are heard at all times.
Supporting the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.
Find out more about the publication that has been produced for care leavers, outlining the services and support we can provide.
The special educational needs and disability (SEND) social care service, is for children and young people with disabilities, aged 0 to 18 and their families who require support over and above what is available through universal and community services.
Money management, personal budgets, grants, benefits and support available.
Including: employment, housing and getting involved in your community.
Health services available for children and young adults in Croydon.
Children's hospices provide respite and terminal care for children suffering from life-limiting conditions.
Parenting resources in Croydon, A guide for parents and carers.
When a child might be taken into care, an FGC can help their family talk about their problems and find solutions to allow the child to stay with them.
Children and young people are spending more time online due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown. Find advice and resources, or speak to someone if you have concerns.